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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 10 June 1915

1 ARIZONA SENTINEL YUMA SOUTHWEST VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 25. ooooooooooooooaoo O Ex-President Roosevelt, in re- O O ply o the following article, which O O appeared in' the May issue'Of the O O "Irrigation Age' of Chicago, ex- O O pressed a genuine interest in the O O facts disclosed by the Yuma con- O O tributor and stated that in the O O unlikely event that he were ever O O called upon to do so, it -would be O O his great delight to order a O. O thorough investigation ' of 'Mr. O O Newell and others. Editor. . O oooooooood ooooaoo EARL B. SMITH Of Somerton, Ariz., Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Na tional Federation of Water Users' Associations About the time Secretary of the Interior Lane announced that he had retired Frederick H. Newell as direc tor of the United States Reclamation Service, Col. Theodore Roosevelt wrote a letter commendatory of Mi Newell. This was used in connection with a letter by Gifford Pinchot, in what apr eared to be the opening gun of a publicity ca...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 10 June 1915

that we were up against a game of out haying any definite water right- "head I win, tails you lose.1' This I inclose a copy of the rental contract new construction turns the contract for your Inspection and call your at- from its, original mutual conception tentlon to clause 6, where the "United Into something entirely different, and States reserves the right to terminate bo great was the effect of this new this contract at any time upon giving construction that loans were Tefused thirty days' notice." We are expect- ' and called, and that our titles had an absolutely unlimited mortgage on them according to the amount that the eng gineering trust in the government em ploy could induce the Secretary or Congress to appropriate for them to expend, and. all without consultation with us or our consent, nor were we asked to consent and we were politely told that the amount they desired to spend was none of our 'business, and we were denied access to the books and wore treated with utter c...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 10 June 1915

cusbIoii ever appearing in the Recla mation Record on this important sub 1ect, and if our 'destinies are to depend on the mere passing remarks of obiter dictum of Mr. Allen Hazen then he had better be immediately employed as the government's engineer, legal counselor, director, etc., and let him complete the job undertaken by Con gress on June 11, 1902. ' In my humble opinion this uncer tainty has gone on long enough. That the lands are not going into cultiva tion after this enormous expenditure is sufficient reason that somebody ought to do something to ascertain, officially, the real cause. A few! words about real values Congress has just passed an appropri ation of $725,000 to continue the worl? on the Yuma project from June 30, 1915, to July 1 1916, or approximately $2,000 per day including Sundays and holidays. This daily expenditure is sufficient to purchase, at present val ues, an ordinary farm unit each day of the year, and during the year 365 units will have their present e...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 10 June 1915

ARIZONA SENTINEL Yuma Southwest Established November 1870 by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 1875 by John W. Borring ton. who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911. Published for 44 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Year 12.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona, as second class mall. Published Thursdays. Most men have one set of rules for the conduct of their wives and another set for themselves. What has become of the old-fashioned woman who used to shave off a lot of powder from a bath brick and use it to clean the kniveB? x A lot of the married men are indig nant because of the proposal to omit the word "obey" from the marriage ceremony. But most of the married women didn't even know the word was in the marriage ceremony. And when he quits calling her "dar kling " and begins calling her "Say, j you!" the honeymoon is as dead asj the roses she carried on the happy day. . A, dog's idea of a mollycoddle is a poodle who has his fleas was...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 10 June 1915

CIST 10 OBSERVE SEW Everett P. Teasdale, who lias re ceived credentials as a member of the Yuma Project Cost Review Board, has in that connection just to hand the following instructions: Department of the Interior United States Reclamation Service, eng Route, El Paso, Texas, June 4, 1915. Members of Boards of Review: Your appointment from the secre tary of the interior as member of the board of review is of the character which requires reports to be made to him only and that no information nor interviews concerning the work of the Board of Review should be made pub lic nor copies be sent by you to other local boards except through him. Secretary Lane requests that you act accordingly. Yours truly, A. P. DAVIS. Director and Chief Engineer. persons, residents of the county, be tween the ages of sixteen and twenty two, graduates of the Union High School Any persons wishing to take this examination should make application to the county superintendent very promptly. I ' C. LOUISE BOEHRIN...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 10 June 1915

MOCKS. APRONS MAKE GARDENING (Special to the Y 1 n.i lUilv PvarpiiiT) New York, June 9, 1915. "What is so rare as a day in June, When earth tries heaven if it be in tune?" So thinks the girl who gathers up her gaily painted sprinkling pot, her shears, her basket and her kneeling pad, and trudges off to the garden to enjoy an hour or two of solitude and intimate association with the sunshine and flowers. It is quite a fad this pottering among your own posies; a phenomenon one might call it, where in the artistic finds expression in para phernalia which blends with the land- scape. The shops abound with gay impor- tations, smocks, bonnets and aprons, to tempt those who tarry within the garden gate. The smocks in them- selves are enough to turn one to rakes, spades and garden baskets. I am told the fad originated in England; cer- tainly, it is charming enough to belong to old Brittany. This garment has mruch the appearance of a middy, grown to greater length coming just below the knee,...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 10 June 1915

TTie Yuma Examiner Says; The Arizona Booster Buys At Home t -1 . V;KiT' i" ..'..t ThtYima Booster rBiiy$;? At Home 3."- . My Interests' are In Yuma and. n ,,v -Arizona.. .;Yiima. , Is good ,enouijh.lfor,.i me to live In, and "so I ' think it Is gbcfct enough for me to, buy in. I belieye.; in" transacting business " wlth...my Yuma friends. -' 1 1 want to see the goods before I buy. i '' ' I want to get what I want, when I . ' want It, and at the very time I buy it. --"The money I spend In Yuma .stays In YUma,. and works for the. welfare of Yuma. The tnan I buy from stands back of, the goods. . . The man I buy from pays his share ofvthe"-YQmal county andstatetaxes. Whatever-, helps Yuma, helps me; '' 'and every other man, woman and child In.it. . ..If the Yuma merchants can depeiri on the Yuma and Arizona buyers, then Yuma and Arizona can depend upon our merchants to help with every pub lic improvement, to do their full share. 0606000 o'o'o'o'o :d oNo 6 o o . o O "JUDGE NOT" O O O OOO...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 10 June 1915

ELEVENTH SUMMER SESSION OF NORTH ARIZONA Flagstaff, Ariz., June 8, 1915. Editor Arizona Sentinel, Yuma,. Arizona. Dear Sir: It will be greatly appreciated if you will give place in the Sentinel to the following for the benefit of the North ern Arizona Normal school. Thank ing you kindly I am Very truly yours, R. H. H. BLOME. For some weeks past plans have been materializing to conduct a large summer school at the Northern Ari zona Normal School, Flagstaff, Ari zona. Some students have already registered; many reservations for rooms have been made; and, still, in quiries come from all parts of this state and adjoining ones. The pros pects are very bright, and there is every indication for a most successful session. The work will be in charge of a faculty of eighteen members. The thirteen rcr"V .jifcsrs ai-e il. 1. i. uiome, Ph." D., principal; Edward F. Honn, assistant principal; Grace Caldwell, head of department of Lat in and Spanish; Cora I. Botts head of department of history and...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

I, ARIZONA SENTINEL YUMA SOUTHWEST VOL. XLV. No. 26. fast iU I km 1 W U W too IBW 1 W W I BWIBW Tn nruTPii qciiicu DnAon IBB 1 II i UUI II H H EEIBU9BBBI' U ULIilfliiL. 8IL I ELI I UUflllU Secretary of the Interior Franklin K. Lane has issued the following instructions to Director and Chief Engineer of the Reclamation Service A. P. Davis, all of which is pertinent to Yuma land hold ers at this time. The Instructions It is my desire that a re-valuation shall be made of the project works of all projects or units of projects as to which the construction charges have been heretofore announced by public notice. As previously announced to the water users' associations, it has been my intention to revise the estimated cost of each of these projects or the units of projects upon which construction charges hereto fore announced were based. It is my ciesire that a board of revision for each of the projects shall be appointed, to be composed of three mem bers, one to be selected by the water u...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

To those who are familiar uous by his absence, though ywith Yuma project affairs1 it was generally expected that from its inception, ten years. ne wT0Uid accompany iecre- ago, to the elimination of Mr. Francis L. Seiiew on the 27th day of last May, when the Secretary of tie Interior for mally accepted his resigna-:- tary Lane to Yuma from the coast. ' 1 Among other dignified ut terances, the secretary said: "With the admission that tion, there is little surprise ,",c wimuui r4 1 that the farmers of the Yuma I nas,n 1 been, gliiedly er- valley on February 18th last,!,lies' a inawurure poi flatiy rejected the govern-1 IC!fs subject to correction k s t I when found erroneous, 1 .i.f r think we may fairly proceed our affairs may be adjusted make them verv often with so that ve can proceed on a j inadequate information of fair and equitable basis as be- j what the money was to . be tween the reclaimers of the I spent for. and usually being land who are called upon to , promoted by appeal...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

with tHe" Secretary of-the In terior foraboujj $35 per acre and the work 'has ost any way.over jj75 peracre, maybe more whSn alP 6 & it .is tcom pleted, but the work in Lower Yuma-Valley is jabout done, with, the exception of some -$60,'ki0, which is arranged ,for to be done right away.'l ' "Well," I said, "what is le government goinj to do" "The "6rily; thing they tfan do," he answered, "is to assess fthe charges against the land and demand. payment -for the same. I have made my report to Washington.- today,--- and this is what I . have recom mended be done." Tomorrow the, - Examiner will tell why the "Farmers, of the Yuma - Project Should IvotPay for. River Protection Work." iElklilL lEPiil i e. mm sho8 Beginning January 1. there were twenty-two Sundays to May 33, 1915. The daily average attendance was 115.86; for 1914 it was 66.1; nine teach ers, daily attendance 97. per cent; six officers, daily attendance 92 per cent; percentage attendance on enroll ment was SG pea cent; St...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

J ARIZONA SENTINEL Yuma Southwest Established November 1870 by Jas. M. Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry. Purchased 18T5 by John W. Harring ton, who relinquished to W. H. Shore? on July 1, 1911. Published far 44 years without missing an Issue. SUBSCRIPTION -RATE Per Year, 2.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma county, Arizona, as second class mail. Pibnshe'd Thursdays. irasnsn ti CEIM I9AFII (Continued from Page 1) per construction cost to be collected under the terms ot the reclamation act and amendments thereto from the settlers upon or owners of the lands on each project of the Reclamation Service or unit of projects as to which the construction charges have been heretofore an nounced by public notice . decoTr .z ia tne proper cnarges on projects where construction charges have not been announced, where such projects have reached such a stage of completion as to make it practicable and de sirable to do so. In order to properly fix the amounts to be collected, it ib necessary to determine whether...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

Western Union Western Union Telegram Telegram t Phoenix, June 14, '15. . W. H. Shorey, Editor Daily Examiner and Bard Inter Ocean, Yuma, Arizona John P. Orme, president of the Salt River Valley Water Users' association, advised your correspondent to day, that, owing to the wide differences in finding of the cost review 'board, of this project, which concluded its hearing and arrived at findings on Saturday, the 12th, a minojity report will be submitted by the member of the board who represents the Reclamation Service. The third member and the water users' member constitute the ma jority. This is apparently due to the considerable reduction from actual costs, as being the proper costs, as found by the majority. The water users and the business interests are highly elated over the prospects of an equitable and proper cost basis of payments. The locality is much re lieved on account of this. Expert accountants and stenographers are busily eng gaged in completing the report for early tr...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

"J i. DR. T. U. TAYLOR, PRESI DENT OF THE UNIVER ' SITY OF TEXAS, DE CLINES TO SERVE ON YUMA BOARD OF COST REVALUATION Sfe. Jhe Examiner rejoices in the appointment of a cost 're-valuation board for the Yuma project, consisting of E. H. Baldwin and Everett P. Teasdale, and a third member yet to be determined, since Dr. T. U. Taylor, president of the University of Texas, has declined to serve on the Yuma board because he is n'eeded at home. Mr. Baldwin is an eminent engineer, now supervising ' engineer of the U. S. R. S. for this district, with head quarters at Denver. Mr. Teasdale is one of the best boosters Yuma coun ty ever had, aad as a realty man at Los Angeles has had :an opportunity to mate ?no-- friendship. He was elected by the water users on the California side, those in Arizona refusing to join in. An order from department of the interior, however, established Teasdale as the pro ject member for-both sides of the river. Mr. Baldwin, of course, is the representative of the ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

What Is Being Done In Reclamation Work Extracts from the follow ing address, delivered by Chief Counsel Will R. King of the United States reclama tion, service, before the Chamber of Commerce at r;11: A I . -11 U r : J oaiiiigs, mum., wm uc ui in terest to Yuma water user,s. The speech was delivered last March, but the extracts trom it furnished by Claude R. Burson of the reclamation service will be as interesting now to the water users here as they were then to the hear ers of Judge King at Billings. "I realize, that you expect me to talk about irrigation and kindred 'topics, rather than that I should give my experiences. I hava been in reclamation work as chief counsel of the reclamation Gcrivcc for about eighteen months. During that time a great many changes have taken place, but when I say that the reclamation 'service has very materially progress ed in its work, it does not iecessariily reflect upon those who have gone before, for, as -all know, reclamation work in this country...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

5 per cent interest annually during that period. That is one way to look at it, and should be borne in mind when hearing men roast the reclama tion .service and when the people com plain about the cost per acre. Another feature too often overlook ed is, if you figure on the "present worth," as it is called ;that is to say, if you figure on the saving of interest at G per cent for twenty years you will find that a $30 water right will only cost about $13.20. To illus trate in another way: Take 30 acres at $30, $900. You can put that into a bank and let it draw interest re depositing the interest at the end of every year for 20 years, at the same time keeping up your annual water right payments; you can pay for the $30 water right and have somewhere between $1200 and $1400 left in the bank. Considering these facts, it should therefore be remembered that even though the service may occasionally make mistakes in the administration of affairs, many benefits and advan tages are presented ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

BINES RETURN TO NORMAL CORSETS NIPPED IN AT SIDE CSpecial to the Yuma Daily Examiner) NEW YORK, June 16 For the first time in three long years, waistlineB return to their normal place. A log ical review of the past few months dis ne of the New Normal Waistline Frock6 Made in the Popular Blue Taffeta closes two distinct reasons for this change in fashion; first, the full skirt, and second, the corset. It is not sur prising that the waistline capered about when corsets were trico and the silhouette straight up and down; but now that skirts are voluminous and corsets real stays, nipped in at the aides, the joining of the waist and skirt naturally comes at the smallest part of the form, namely the waist line, as nature placed it. It has taken many months to bring about the evolution, and even yet there are those who are loath to give up their stay belts and back to nature corsets. When Joseph, in the early season exhibited silk frocks with our mal waistlines, many admired this couturier...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

PII1I5IEIS EIIEIoill iilllo With the re-opening of the many mining properties in this state, aftci the notice of formation of new; companies, comes the announcement "that the paymaster's Extension Mining company, of this city, is preparing to commence ac tive development of their property. ' - -y Located-, about' 75 :' miles north of Yuma, near the old Paymaster Mine, and ap proximately on the same lead, this property bids fair to be come one of the 'best paying mines in this section of the west. The old Paymaster mine requires little explanation, for it was shut down yearly thirty years ago by the own ers who wanted to enjoy the profit of their rich find. And many millions of dollars were made from this property, and as the Paymaster's Extension is only a short distance from the old mine, it is to be pre sumed that the new company has really found the lead of the old mine which was lost by the former owners vhen it pinched out and which they failed to re-locate. Assays from the Pay...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

PROFESSOR T. U. TAYLOR REPORTS THE ITEMS AMOUNTING TO THREE-QUARTERS OF A MIL LION, MAY BE LOPPED OFF COST OF ROOSE , YELT DAM, IN SALT RIYER PROJECT. Arizona Republican t great headway in his. prelim; inary analysis or tnese fig ures. - The says : - In Chairman T. U. Tay lor's announcement that the cost reyiew board had practi cally agreed at least three fourths of . a million dollars ought to be cut from the cost of feature I, the Roosevelt dam, Monday, there is found by irrigation ists a strong i ope that the final report of the local board will recom mend de'ep gashes in the big book-cost of the Salt River project, v. judge Joseph H. Kibbey, who drafted the original arti cles of incorporation, arid for six years filled the position of legal advisor, was named for that position. , George Dr Christy, being city attorney, was dropped. x John H. Wilson, rancher menr to have been false: Time has proved that it never had any real basis. But" the "information" had! LEGAL NOTICE Followi...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 17 June 1915

MISSIONARY WRITE S AFTER N5SIIGTH W Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) (By Ida Clyde Clarke) NASHVILLE, Tenn, June 15. A letter of more than average interest comes from Miss Anna Hall, who left New York for Liverpool the last week in March eng route to Garraway, Liberia. Ex tracts from Miss Hall's letter, written on shipboard, follow: "We were required to go to the Aliens' office in Liver pool to register. After re cording the facts contained in our passports,, we were asked to put our thumb-print in the place reserved for one's photograph. "Things in that city look about the "same as usual, ex cept that lots of soldiers are to be seen in the streets. "When we left Liverpool, about 5 o'clock, the third day. of April, every one seemed a little anxious for us, as we were to follow the route of .the- ill-fated . Falaba. We were taken out to our ship, the 'Addah,' on the tender. !As soon as we came aboard, the purser told us that the captain's lifeboat would be at our service if requir...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
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