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   Morning Sun, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1923, Yuma, Arizona                             Man Has Close Call When Roof Topples Under High Wind During the height of the windstorm in Somerton Tuesday afternoon a strong gust struck the Glasscock building that was severely damaged by fire last yeai. and succeeded in loosening the east brick wall ao that It was hurled dow nupon the Iraraer- gluck. building adjoining. George Davis, proprietor of the Club Restau- rant that occupies tne latter build- ing, was caught In' the cave-in 'of tbg. roof, but managed to escape with minor aud bruises. Tha roof..'of. 'the restaurant was entirely demolished.-, nnu the extent of the loss been ascertained at wrrilhe. House Of Commons Is Scene Of Uproar And Threatened Violence (By Associated Press) LONDON, April scene of vio- lent uproar was witnessed in the or- dinarily dignified House of Com- mons today following defeat of the government treasury bill on a small point. Stanley Baldwin today met a storm of violence, that forced the measure through under cloture. The Laborites threatened all sorts of violence against the treasury heads. Tha Scotch members sided with the Loboritos during the disturbance. Marine Problem 'Twixt U. S. and Britain SALE OF (By Associated Presn) WASHINGTON. Shlii- Cahadian officers n ping complications between the j Hugies that they could not-register United States and England are re- j ships that were subject to domestic garded as probable over the sale of two small ships on the Great Lakes The contract called for observance rules in the United States. Restric- tions imposed are said to be reason- able- from the American point of 4- 4- 4> 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- T1IIS IS THE 1VAY TO HELP YUMA CHAM. OF COMMERCE Los Angeles, Cal., April 7, 1923 Yuma Chamber of Commerce, 4- 4- Yuma, Arizona. 4- Gentlemen: 4- I note bv The Morning Sim 4- 4- the efforts being made by your 4- organiaztion for a "Greater 4- Yuma." also the heavy expense 4- of entertaining the Congrcssion- 4- 4- al delegation. 4- 4- I enclose check for 4- three dollars of which are for 4- 4-'my dues and the balance of 4- lOtified Secretary'4- 525.00 is "for assisting the active 4- work being .done. 4- Sincerely yours, 4- CHAS. D. BAKER. 4- I Hoover Says Nations' Court Is Way Of Securing Peace (By Associated Press) DBS MOINES, April membership in the Court of Interna- tional Justice was advocated by Her- bert Hoover bere tonight as the v.-ay of securing peace. He replied to criticisms of Senator Borah, who said that now ho wanted to go fur- ther than the American popple would follow -iim. This, is the first reply from administration quarters and marked the beginning of public da- bate. RUNE TRUCES TO EMPLOYEES AT EARLY (By Associated Preas) TREES NAMED FOR (By Associated Press) DULUTH, Minn., April .large Dart of the activities the Theo- dore Roosevelt International High- way association during the spring months will be devoted to the plant- ing of trees along the right of way of the highway, each tree to repre- sent a World War hero. Announce- WASHINGTON, April Il.-Disclo-i chase' of hospital sites is the most ment of this program has been mrf. Militia Head Passes _ _ Blame For Riot Troops Woman __ __. of- all laws -of the U. s" that! view. Secretary HuShes made an ex- reason they were not admitted to I tended reply. The regulations were Canadian register at Ottawa. The made to curb rumrunnlng. (By Associated SPRINGFIELD, 111., April jutant General Black before the douse' committee on the Herrln riots said that ho had not ordered troops sent there, or asked Gov. Len Small for them because there was no call county for them. He said that the. colonel who was In charge made errors in his report but that he did not rescind the or- ders.. National Hospital Day Endorsed By President fBv Associated Press> CHICAGO. April -.Harding has indicated a lively inter- est In the efforts ot the hospitals of the United States and 'Canada, to make the public better acquainted with their service and importance in their communities. He -has endorsed the -educational movement culminat- ing' in: the observance of National ''Hospital Day, May 12. f For Lax Law-Making CBy Associated Press) INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. April Miss Elizabeth Rainey, Indiana's only El Centro Jury Finds Boy Murderer Guilty (By Associated Press) EL CENTRO. April ,c- Campbelf was convicted of tie woman member of the general assem- i murdor Leslie Nichols, by a jury bly which recently closed says that in the superior court today. after attending a .party caucus she bell was picked up on the desert told one of the caucus" members that by the insurance salesman with his "Now I have more' reject, for the and later tlie two killed Ladies' Aid Societies." j Nichols' and stole his automobile. "Of course, one" cannot tell what! They were later arrested by River- occurred in tae caucus. It was "my side" and 'It was one of the ''eal n J i got out of the session." Miss j Valley Road Utah Favors Merger ;61obe Negro Hastens Of Three Rail Lines Away After Complaint Filed By White Woman first', Rainey added. In describing her experience- as a legislator Miss Rainey said she took her seat with the feeling that she was the only representative who INOW The Robert McKay contract in the wati my uuij i uu j knew nothing about the workings of I Wellton valley was completed last the legislature, hut it did not take Monday afternoon, and teams and discover .that about 75 equipment..have beenAmoved tack to her lone to per ment of the members were in the San Pascual valley passing thru from your wrote Mr. Hard- the samexfix. "During the. first half Yuma yesterday. Tie highway which of the she continued, "vu-' has been completed consists of 12 tuslly all the activity was carried on miles stretch from Wellton to-the by six or seven members, but by the Antelope bridge, end of the session it' sometimes seemed that every -member was de- manding recognition at the same mo- ment." general .direction' of the international program. "It is especially a pleas- ure to express my Interest in the work of National Hospital Day. which seeks to arouse the largest possible public interest iu the work of. the country's .hospitals and similar in- stitutions. You have most properly chosen May 12, the anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, as National Hospital Day." of the finest and most hu- mane products of our civilization is the- continues President Harding's endorsement, "and every activity which, aims to assure its ad- vantages to an Increasing number of all possible en- e servos couragement." Si- Gilmore. superintendent, Wes- leyr-Meniori'al Hospital, Chicago, gen- erai'chairrnan of. the National Hospi- tal..D.ay Committee, and Dr. M. T. MacEachern, Ottawa, president-elect of the American 'Hospital Associa- tion and National Hospital Day chairman for Canada, expect a ma- jority of all the hospitals of North America to have a' program May 12, which will attract more than 000 people to the institutions. to do. Women are various bills. Some of them wero so long, she declared, taat islators had to take the word the author as to what the bill proposed aually. competent with men for legislative service, Miss Raiuey contended. She expressed amusement at what she termed the antics of the men on tho last day of the session. .when many verbal com- bats took place and physical encoun- ters were narrowly averted. "I have had some amusement trying to figure out what would be said of a group of women which behaved as did the members of the House on the last said Miss Rainey. "N'o excuse, lam sure, could have been found for them." Miss Raiuey declared it was her opinion that there wero not enough lawyers in the legislature. She does not care for a second term. TO HELP JEWISH EMIGRANTS (By Associated Press) NEW -YORK, April 000 Jewish women will be repre- sented at the American-European Cohferenco of Jewish Women which is to be held in Vienna May 0 to 13, according-to Bstelle M. Ste_rn- berger, national executive secretary of the council. The conference consider tho possibilities of remedying ditions reported by the ALL TIEXXA DAXCF1) VIENNA. April Vienna city government realized crowns by way of amusement taxes levied on dancing entertainments dur- ing the recent carnival. The average the- con- council's field workers in Europe by provid- ing better hotels for- emigrant wom- en and children on their way from one country to another, and by se- curing employment foj- those who are detained for an indefinite period in European cities.- Baseball CBy Associated Press) April League score: At Los 4, Los Angeles 0. At San Francisco 4, Oakland 5. At Sacramento 6 Seattle 0. At Salt Lake 4, Port land 3. number of balls held on each of the 40 nights of t'ae carnival season was S9, a record figure for Vienna. Report of Condition of THE YUMA NATIONAL BANK OF TUMA., ARIZONA At the Close of Business, April 3, 1323. RESOURCES Loana and Discounts 565.440.04 United States Bonds Banking House and Heal Estate Other Stocks, Bonds and Securities _ Redemption Fund, TJ. S. Treasurer Cash and due from banks TOTAL. LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation Rediscounts (Fed. Res. Bank) Deposits TOTAL... YUMA NATIONAL BANE "THE BANK WITH THE CHIME ___' of dishonesty in the Veteran's flagrant charge made, aud the square Bureau, was predicted by Major deal tn disabled .veterans is also General O'Ryan after a preliminary' 1 survey today. Incompetence of un- alleged. Co-operation in all states is at the international headquarters of tie association. "The said A. W. Tracy, ei- enabling the combing oT'the "cntlro i ecntive secretary, of the association, derpaid employes is said to have been country. All papers are turned over j "is thus to memorialize the heroism i largely responsible. Graft in pur- j to local boards for investigation. i Clark Elected Head the planting of trees throughout the length of .the great .highway will make it ultimately a beautiful road." fUv Associated Press) SALT LAKE CITY, April a meeting today the proposal to merge the D -and Jl. G., Western Pacific and Santa Fe was careiully discuss- ed. The benefits to the state of Jtaa of the consolidation was on many sides IWhvinn Minn ITieXlCO lUine lUWIl TV j; J TJI Destroyed By Mames. (By Associated Press) 'GLOBE, April 11. R. R. Green. colored, principal of the -colored felt school, left here hurriedly today af- ter paying a. fine of for disturb- i ing the peace. A white woman de- clared that Grccn hali her- Green was escorted to the stage by officers who feared violence. (By Associated' Pressl DEM ING, N. M., April destroyed the town of Fierro, Grant county, today. The flames from an overheated stove quickly destroyed 19 homes and all the business build- ings in the little mining town. Fier- ro at one time was the scene of great mining activitv. Copper Company Starts On CBy Associated I'ress) PHOENIX. Clark of Miami was today head of the state pioneers at their convention here. One thousand Dio-j necrs were guests of the Arizona Republican. An executive commit- TT 1 M. i Unarmed elected Tin When Cti Slain tee dent. L_ (By Associated Preas) be appointed by hie' prqsi- DUBLIN, April ll.-It was reported that Emmon De Valera was captured today, but it was denied as -his fol- lowers say that he was not in. the vicinity where he was said to have been, taken. The jury at the Lynch Fate That Seems Sure'inque3t toaay to Hadley Resigned To his death when unarmed. I v Associated nVi.1 lltleS PHOENIX. April No develop The Juno Copper Company yester- day started suit in the local superior ments transpired during the day m the crise of Paul V. Hadley, con- demned murderer. No new uleas for commutation have reached the governor, lladiey when informed of JMass Meeting Of Yuma Chapter Red Cross Freight Traffic Hits igh Peak, March jourt against the Ranier Mines Cor- p showed no emotion 6th- poratiou. the Harguela Ridge Mining CBy Associated Pressl WASHINGTON, April aud Milling Company, Register and Geo. B. Lighten let title to mining claims located in the Cun- ningham' Pass district near Wendon. The claims in litigation are the' Fa- II Jl .----1 Lit II j traffic volume touched a still higher, nier Nos. 1 to 3; Juno 1 and 2; the mark as shown by the car service, Goer de Alene 1 to 3; Copper Hill 1 division in the week ending March'and 2: Mollv Gibson 1. 2. 3 and o: 31, -when almost a million cars were Flying Dutchman 1 to 3; Ora Grande er asserting his innocence. IN THE CITY COURTS Lorenzo Martinez was given ls A mass meeting of the members of tho Yuma Chapter the Ameri- can Red Cross will be held this eve- ning at eight o'clock at the police court rooms of the city hall tor thtf purpose of "reorganizing .the Chap- I ter for the next year's work. The meeting will be addressed by Mary Day Barnes, R. N., of the American Rerl cross Pacific Division. A large loaded with revenue freielit i and the Big Four group of six claims. ATTENTION! Chautauqua Ticket Sales Committee All members of the Chautauqua Ticket Sales Commit- tee, all officers of the Yuma Chautauqua Association and all guarantors, are requested to meet this evening at eight o'clock at the rooms of the Yuma Chamber of Com- merce in the Shields Building. At this meeting tickets will be distributed to all mem- bers of the Ticket Sales Committee and to such of the Guarantors as wish tn sell tickets to make good on their guarantee. This is an Important meeting and I desire to upon all appointed as members .of the Ticket Sales Committee to be present. TICKET SALES COMMITTEE S. 13. McVay, chairman: Mrs. .T. H. Wcstover, Mrs. A. H. McClure, Mrs. P. T. Robertson, B. D. Cornell. C. W. McGr.-uV, Mrs. F. S. Ming. Mrs. J. W. Longstrcth, E. M. Philnbaum. Mrs. W. E. McClure, Mrs. J. Ilomnr Will H. Minor, Eagle Drug Company, B. H. Dressing, W. H. Shorey, C. M. White. Mrs. John Doan. Mrs. W. H. Rankin, Mrs. C. H. Robertson, Hugo B. Far- mer. Ed. K. Milliken. H. H. Baker, Mrs. Jack Ciillinston, Earl C. Hall. C. F. Collier. Mrs. M. Winsor. Mrs. B. F. Cosper. W. E. Johnson, Ike Glasser. Mrs. K. N. Campbell. Mrs. O. C. Jo'.inson. Mrs. Anna Alexander. Mrs. D. C. Aepli. Miss Anna Mitchell. Mrs. Ella McCoy. Mrs. Nora B. Elliott. Mrs. Kathryn Ilaughtelin, Mrs. F. E. Harri- son. Miss Phylis Hill, Mrs. J. H. Haynes. Mrs N. J. Justus. Mrs. A. B. Ming, Mrs. Robert Power, L. C. Stahl, Mrs. W. D. Wood. Miss Hortense Welnsveig, Mrs. C. B. Glasscock, Mias Lizzie Frank, and Mrs. Henrietta Morgan. JOHN DOAN, President At Noon Today days Iu jail by Judge Frank S. Stan-, aUendance of tlle members'of the or- ley of the city Police Court Tuesday, ?anization ia aesired. afternoon for being drunk and nis-r orderiy ____ i Kiwanis Luncheon .Tauuuiii Martinez, age 1G. was j fined by Judge S. Frank Stan-; ley Tuesday afternon for ..indecent, _____ exposure. -____ Ttle 'rcgular Kiwanis Jose Olea. suspected of bootlegging eon will be held today in" and general round about, was taken1 the dining room of the Southern Pa- before Judge S. Frank Stanley -hotel. A good program has terday and sentenced to ISO days in' been arranged by the program corn- tail "Sentence was suspended ions mittee. C. S. Sehofield of the depart- enougii to allow him to leave town.! ment of agriculture of the Umver- ____ jsity of Arizona, and S. J. Bucking- Tonv Karr, an Indian is in (he. ham. economist of the Arizona In- couni5; jail serving a IS day sentence mistrial Congress, will each make for being drunk and disorderly. Ho short addresses. There will be mu- was sentenced by City Judge S.' sjc and n good lunch. A full at- Frank Stanley. tendance is expected. helpful hint SAVE 'EM" AND YOU'LL "HAVE 'EM" safe place good place FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Yuma We Pay 4% Interest on Savings Accounts RESOURCES OVER   

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