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Yuma Sun (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Yuma, Arizona Weather Kasai try a or it a Prana generally fair. Is to Lite i the morning Sun Yuma arii., sunday May 20, 1928 number to socialists to urge Justice tafts recall convention favors move but decline discussing same at convention. My associated press new York. May 19 a a demand for the impeachment of chief Justice Taft for accepting an annuity of $10,000 from the Carnegie corporation featured the opening of the National convention of the socialist party today. Len lne a breakdown is attributed to his moral incapacity. The Taft Resolution was adopted unanimously but none of the delegates discussed it. The socialists intend to make the demand nation wide. Yuma debaters win verdict car now be a 4 a turf Dom a biggest throng at Louisville classic see Colt Gallop from monster Field by associated press Lowville May 19.vzev, Harry ahead of Martingale at the finish. Sinclair a Brown Colt entered the Vigil was third. The time was at the Tempe Normal school re racing Hall of Fame in winning the 2 05 2-5. Nassau pulled into fourth gently a debate was had upon the Kentucky Derby today before 75.000 by a nose. In the Bunch came har proper location of the dream High-1 the greatest crowd that Ever saw by Payne Whitney a enchantment Way Quot from Phoenix to the Colorado the event. There were 20 entries in six. Rialto at seventh. 8ln-Rtver. Miss Mary Lott her i the Whitney horse Lead the Field flair was not present to witness the team mate upheld the Yuma to was one a half lengths performance of his Colt. Phoenix route As being the Best most desirable two school teachers both men. From Phoenix Lvov Pillors advocated the route from Phoenix by the Way of Buckeye. Salome Quartzsite reaching the River at Ehrenberg the Yuma Cham amm in prs it pions were unanimously declared Chicago. May 19-Secretary of the winners. J Bor Davis today invited All the Confer presbyterians demand on child labor problem Blue Laws on sunday films at Indianapolis open forum on Friday evening Charles Dillon of Chicago makes excellent address on Railroad situation As it is today captures annual Kentucky Derby captives to be shot unless Usi me intervention comes to Rescue the rooms of the Yuma chamber a a of Commerce were packed on feb by associated pre ,il8ten loan address peking May 19, for will fight to the death. One of he _.tnarips8 of Chicago who signers six of them americans to americans. Leon Freidman. Sends Fly associated Presa governors to Mooseheart for a con Indianapolis. May 19�?the Forence on child labor. Each gov committee on Sabbath Observance error will be asked to attend in per t0 5ay demanded before the Presby Tai Illier an a1 tint into on to brn tw0 Dee afe t0 Terian convention that motion pc r wit 1 inn lticcllhj4 formulate a uniform Law tortures Clear up clean out on the colonel Fly reports i urge its adoption. Legion will choose delegates on tuesday i lords Day. Or. Bowlby told an in. J portent representative who Hays of his demands. The right of Way on the Christian Day is finitely needed i he added baseball Rolv associated press colonel b f. Fly who attended the Fullerton meeting of representative of the Yuma chamber of com. Merce reported Friday night that an association called the Boulder dam association was organised the i purpose of which is to further the the h h. Donkersley poet Oft he building of the Boulder Canyon dam american legion will hold heir National league to secure the passage of the regular meeting next tuesday night Pittsburg 5 Boston 0. Swing Johnson Bill which a proper a at the Rity Hall at 8 of clock. Del Cincinnati 0 new York. I. Ates Money for Tho construction j Gates to the state convention at Chicago 4 Philadelphia la. He building of the All american Flagstaff will be named at that time Brooklyn. 6 St. Louis 5. Canal. The estimated Cost of these it is desired that a Large num j american l eague Washington. 6 Chicago 4. Philadelphia. 5 Cleveland 2. New York 6 by. Louis 6. Boston. 0 Detroit 4. I coast league Seattle. 3 Ixia Angeles 7. Henry i by is on the War path Vernon. I Sacramento. 6. Sanfrancisco 3-11 Salt Lake 7-15 first game la innings Portland 2 Oakland 3. Two projects is $70,000,000. Colonel her of sex service men be out to help Fly suggested that the Yuma Cham-1 in the selection Ber of Commerce join this Assoria j # a Hon the matter was Laid Over for anti void in to Vico in one week for discussion. Iii la Lyum i i Souc River now creeping again threatens to arrest ail a in j my i automobile its who persist in operate. Toward record Mark nah in car with open. I judge Frank Stanley has promised a to assist in the Campaign by the jul the Colorado River is slowly selous Appi cat on off Nej so seeping towards Ilgah water Mark. You a Bettt a watch out or the Job. The Sand bar that for Many Days Jan it Jwj a Kut you was visible just East of the Highway a Bridge Habein inundated a an appreciation solid Patch of water now stretches for Miles toward the Gila Moon the senior class of the High gains. Soh Quot a a wishes to publicly thank All these who assisted in making a Success of their class play which was Given Friday evening. Miss Edwards. Miss Salome satirist gets publicity a la Ford yank golfers win at scotch tourney Dick Wick Hall the Northern Yuma county celebrity who lives at Salome when he is not in los Angeles has broken into print again this time in Henry Fords weekly. Quite an elaborate biographical Smercheck i sketch of or. Hall is published m is Baer who trained the is of More or less interest to Yuma spoke upon the present Railroad situation throughout the country from the Railroad standpoint. His address which was very interesting follows in full a the president of the United states said. A few Days ago hat he would use his influence to Oring about a reduction in freight rates especially on farm products a said Charles Dillon of Chicago Friday evening at the chamber of Commerce. Or. Dillon is assistant to the chairman of the Western hallway presid Ntah committee on Public relations. A i assure you i intend no disrespect to the president when i express the Hope that he May also exert is great influence toward reducing the Mil roads operating expenses taxes. This would be a really laudable Enterprise in Tho int ii St of the whole country. 1 a a the president like Many other very Busy Public men gains much of his information necessarily at second hand. The Public utterances of these gentlemen often remind me i am keeping within the Bounds of Courtesy of the remarks made by Chesteron the English writer lecturer visiting in new York. Quot one of your chief dangers Over Here a he said a is the overwhelm no ignorance of the educated. They know so Many things that Arentt a freight rates prices Are relative. Rates Are not High indeed they Are not of we consider them in relation to prices. Prices of general commodities the country Over. Are far ahead of rates prices Are not coming Down they Are increasing. Amel Railroad rates Are stationary. They Are in fact Only 4<> to 47 per night Are looking death in the face word that they Are doomed. A mass in the Hills of Shantung province meeting will he held tomorrow de. As they begin the second week of Nian Ding that the terms be accepted their imprisonment. On tuesday guaranteed by the foreign pow the robbers will probably make Era. Two of the chinese prisoners to Mark spot of Al crash san Diego Calif. May 19.�?High above the surrounding country a. Hustle in its isolation simple in the tragic Story it will perpetuate a Cement Monument will be built Over the exact spot where col. Francis c. Marshall it. Chaa. L. Webber crashed to death on Cuy am amp Ca Mountain dec. 7, 1922. The Monument will be constructed by civilian employees of Rockwell Field where the filers were Well known loved by military men civilians alike. Work on the memorial la expected to commence saturday when material will be gathered transported to the scene of the fatal disaster. Many tubercular cows condemned at the chamber of Commerce on Friday evening or. C. H. Newton made a very interesting address in regard to the prevalence of tuberculosis among the Adry herds of the Yuma country ant particularly in the Yuma Valley. He or. C. Shipley of the the state Board of Dairy commissioners Are inspecting every Herd in the Valley they have discovered a great Many cows afflicted with tuberculosis these cows have been condemned will be killed toe state Federal gov Good their threats to kill the Cap were thrown from Cliffs five lives. They will be soot As a warn others were shot Down in cold j Ern ment paying the owner trains to the robbers ultimatum. The blood. Mutiny of troops in the thirds of the appraised value not threat is current that the bandits 1 Bandit zone is feared As they have exceeding $50.90 for each cow. To is have sent out information that they not been paid in 18 months. The intention of the state Board to a a make a thorough clean up according to a a it i in in t j j a j to or. Newton when they get democratic head Hays Tiara Ildeni tried through there win not be a tuber of _ a _ Cular cow in the Valley. It Bas been stated that Yuma Arizona Baa been a dumping ground for cattle with tuberculosis because we bad no adequate inspection sys. A a a a a a. A a to this has now been remedied the told _ her. A a. C a i it n it now Republican stand on vital sugar Issue will be returned u. S. Chi Assoc ated press Tegu Icalla. Honduras May 19. He associated press a _ Washington May 19 a chair Phillip has been definitely idiot a j Man Hull of the Demerit to party fled As the Hammer murderess by a .-.-vt,. F a a today asked for a reduction of the Deputy sheriff Walters of los an not thoroughly tested for to. Sugar Tariff rates under the new Gelos today. The Slayer will be re i no flexible Laws. The Canadian move turned on the liner Columbia. A Donal Law s v on Allon mint he says has resulted in Mark a p aaa a 4 de changes to the Consumers Titer. F a user ecu As 8cch?t he stated for that reason the method should be introduced in this country. The Harding adm Nistra. Hon is said to be indulging in expedients to draw attention from tile sugar outrage that is costing the people 400 million per year. Installing new chairs at school auditorium scientists to probe ancient weather data workmen yesterday were busily engaged in the placing of the 200 opera chairs in the grammar school auditorium preparatory for the graduation exercises. The chairs Are being placed in the Balcony will increase the seating capacity of the auditorium More than 200. Yesterdays weather by associated press Denver Colo., May weather record of Southeast n Colo i _ for a a la we or l Lam it Ari in data furnished by u. 8. Weather Tor last 800 years will be brought to Light by the National geographic i. Temperature 95 society this summer when an sex temperature. 99 lowest temperature Normal highest for Date Norma lowest for Date cent above pre War level. How j pouring expedition headed by j. A. About or Ces food is 42 per cent j. Ancon state curator of archaeology higher than in 1917 clothing is .4 4 Aud atom ology will leave Denver per cont higher fuel 86.2 higher May 24 Tor a journey through the excess for Day furniture 117.4 rents 62.4, the four states which will least three exc88 for month whole average 68.8 per cent higher one half months during which i excess since Jan. I a rates did not create this lever the traditions of the Coni ?.nd people. Special musical dance numbers Amu or a a it Bah p7,f4 for he St Andrews. Scotland. Mav 19 j6a Quot of a nod. Sin Nan to. Dents of the other classes to operant la ,. To a Quot a a a a the senior to make the., a. A a ? 5 a a ,1 to Aln Der number a aug Erful addition to the. Their country the Walker trophy. Program vim it Fin in Ahr Fli i be. In i la Quot a Lynx making the see j by paws Luma in in rough line Infra managing the stage. Or. Berlin Mav 19 Germany a new n run Iii a Sherwood worked until singly. Wil re stage s. I. To Phoenix in us,,l.�?zw0lk to a i. It Germany has evolved new reparations plan i reparations proposals will state filth stage. Or. Robinson with his Sago the govern. N. A Mui twi u1�?o As did or. Duty with the make up. By a Moc a Tad Praus Phoenix. May of. An interstate the furniture that was used was automobile stage line to ran Diego kindly loaned by Glasser. Robert by Way of Yuma will begin opera son Sanguinetty furniture depart ton next week according to c. Ement. Yuma title abstract office futility of securing an internal Moore today. doctor Cosper. J tip n a1 loan for reparations Concrete accurate guarantees the labor bodies will go the Security it is stated the Industrial league has convinced Chancellor Cuno of in. In. 61 63 61i .104 .108 the traditions of the hopi other j rainfall last 24 hours. 0 of prices they Are not maintain indians who inhabited the Region in rainfall for month. 0 no them Doe any one contend Aej the Middle age will be c Nee Keo by i rainfall since Jan i .0.25 Longly that Railroad rates Are keep the Sclenia to for the or accuracy deficiency for month .0 03 ing Down the prices of farm pro the scientists will use tree tines i excess deficiency since Jan. I____1.26 ducts some of the a educated peo to Cheek the Ages of the varous in percentage of possible Sunshine too pie referred to by Chesterton Are Dlan ruins. A tree 350 years old to. Highest wind Miles per hour. Isi doing what Are the facts be selected in the area under expo i Kelal he humidity per cent wheat in Seiling today at min Neap Ramon. hang about 35m annual six a oils Chicago for 40 to 42 cents a rings or layers of Wood Between noon Bushel More than in 1913. The rates which Are thin Coats of bark win bag Ltd d on wheat Are Only from 4 to 8 cent compared with the rings in the Wood i a a Bushel above 1913. Rates have not which was used to build the various kept Down the prices of Wool huts in Tho Indian settlements Hun Cotton tobacco sheep All dress of years ago farm products All from 80 to 132 each ring in a tree according to per cent higher than before the War or. Jeancon is characteristic o the a Why do not rates come flown t in season in which it was produced 1982 the class i railroads paid in added to the growing Plant. A wet taxes $ Mon ooh too about $835, a season he said produced a a Tailer Day or $17,000 every 30 minutes ring while of the , Gummer the a is an increase for Western rail fall of any year were dry the ring roads of from 275 to 280 per cent would be very thin in chose a sea above taxes in 1911. It took 28 per son varied As to weather a wet cent of the railroads net operating a dry summer following income to pay such taxes in 1922, the first part of the ring for thai these roads earned Only 4 fat or cent on year would be fat Whie the other their valuation for the last 3 years part would be thin or. Jeancon said. They have earned an average of Only i the characteristics of the rings in a 3 per cent. In 19-2 today the i Vang tree will be compared to those roads Are spending 85 cents of every j in to great Wood beams used by the Dollar taken in for operating a indians when they Are found to poses taxes. This a 8 15 correspond the exact late of the but cents for interest dividends in Ting of the Wood used in the ancient Teresa cannot be faded the sheriff buildings will be ascertained my. Is just one jump behind a number Oft Jeancon said. Railroads today he already has jul to bar method a chronological rec taken charge of several. Ord of the Indian settlements win be Quot in 9tjf the railroads spent i. Made that is scientifically accurate 339,000,000 for labor last year they i jt8 dates will be compared with spent $2,689,000,000. I pc Railroad Bobe handed Down in traditions unions Are now asking for wage in the first place to he visited will creases. Radical politicians bal Wall ariz., the settlement of the certain labor leaders Are demanding hopi indians since 1700 sit Yatkin i lower rates higher wages can a z then a Jujj be explored this preside hard mgr can any 8en i place was destroyed by Rue Hopes j Bible person Tell the world j Early in the set ten in Century act these demands Are to he sat spied. Cording to or. Jeancon. An exam the railroads continue to operate nation of Kokobu House in a Paiua As private properties. I believe the adj by next it then by expedition railroads would Welcome Ruch infer we examine the Irons of attle Colo Matlon. Cannot the people see that Rado they will probably the or if the plan of their Radical forces explorations for this year in the a a succeed we h0uid facing Gouth of Mesa verde Nat onal Parte ment ownership. I considerable time will be spent Gaiu Cost need on a get a four ins the Good will of the by Amoco at press London. May 19.�?secrecy is being maintained on Bonar Laws condition. The Premier left on a months health voyage on his return today looked worn exhausted. Sir Thomas order was called upon the premieres arrival remained with him for a Long time. He a a fatigued on arrival that he could not respond to the Welcome tendered him. Pardon Board defers Martinez petition my Assoc atm press Phoenix May 19 following a Short meeting of Tho Board of pardons paroles today on the petition of Manuel Martinez chairman Orem announced that definite action would be deferred until monday. Yale oarsmen win triangular regatta by associated fuss it Ithaca n y., May 19.�?yale 60 j won toe triangular regatta with 15. Cornell Princeton this after 151 noon on i Ake Cayuga. First National Bank of Yuma service Bank the maximum of Good results in All phases of banking escrows checking savings commercial Safe Deposit travellers checks foreign Exchange a Complete banking service for you we pay 4% interest on savings account resources Over $1,600,000.00

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