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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 24 June 1915

ARIZONA YUMA SOUTHWEST SENTINEL VOLUME XLV. -NUMBER 27. (By Everett P. Teasdale, member of "Board of Cost Review" for Yuma Project, representing the Water , Users upon such hoard.) 4 'The Down of a Better Day," in Nation al Irrigation Projects, United States Reclamation Service, Department of the Interior.) About Dr. Ehvood Meade's work dur-1 ing the past eight years under the' British government, a well ppsted au-j"THE DAWN OF A BETTER , DAY" thority has the following to say: . fk--$ii-'' "Some-yhine.. years ago affairs in the Irrigation.lSjettlement in the United State of '' Victoria, Australia, from ai .States Upon National Irrigation,.;:, National Irrigation standpoint were in j ' Projects . a chaotic and unsettled condition, andj the government was seeking a reme- The New Attitude; Big National Move dy to apply to these affairs. j ment; General Deductions "After careful consideration from all ' of its ramifications, the department of j the British government under Parlia- ment ...

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. — 24 June 1915

MAGNITUDE OF WHAT DO 00 YUMA PROJECT, " KNOW ABOUT IT So much speculation has been indulged in with regard to the congressional appropri ation for the Arizona-California Yuma project for the peri od beginning July 1, 1915, and ending June 30, 1916 (the fiscal year of 1916), that the actual facts and figures as given herewith will prove of more than passing interest to every resident of Yuma and surrounding country. These figures are taken from the "Discussion of pro jects from the 13th annual re port, together with detailed estimates of work to be ac complished during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1916, work to begin July 1, 1915," as prepared by the govern ment. . During the fiscal year of 1914, (July 1, 1914, to June 30, 1915), there was expended on this project the sum of $817,427.35, which, if divided equally among Yuma's 4,000 inhabitants, would give each man, woman and child of this .city a fraction over $204. The estimate for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1916, if proport...

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. — 24 June 1915

LATEST NEWS FROM THE The store of the Delta Mer cantile company of El Centro, was entirely destroyed by fire with a loss of $80,000, and much damage was done to the interior walls of buildings in all parts of the city. No one was injured so far as can be learned. The roof of the $2,000,000 Barbara Worth hotel was damaged by falling chimneys, and the interior walls were also damaged. Mr. Sheldon, a drummer who was in the Barbara Worth hotel at the time and who arrived in Yuma at 1 :30 today, said several people fainted, which caused the early reports of people killed. Finding it impossible to get out by the front doors, owing to piled up debris and the big place being in utter darkness, Mr. Sheldon grabbed a large rocking chair and threw it against the front plate glass and reached the street thru the opening, and others fol lowed him. Reports from other parts of the valley indicate that early reports of the damage were exaggerated. El Centro and other towns in the valley were in dar...

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. — 24 June 1915

THREE NEWSPAPERS THAT LEAD YUMA DAILY EXAMINER A Thinking Paper for Thinking People Established March VI, 1006 SUBSCRIPTION RA1ES Per Ysar, ?6.00 Per Month y .76 Entered at Yuma, Arizona, as second class mail. Published daily, except Sunday. BARD ENTER-OCEAN ' Established January 20, 1911 SUBSCRIPTION RATE Per Tear 2.00 Entered at Bard,' Imperial county, California, as second class mall; 1 Published Fridays. COST STATEMENT ' NOT YET READY At the Bard school house mass meeting held Saturday night, June 19, 1915,' the statement was made that the official itemized "book ac count" of the Bard unit of the Yuma project had been prom ised by June 20, 1915, and for that reason it was decided that the advisory committee elected that night hold its ini tial meeting Monday night at which time it was expected the itemized "book account" would be before them, where upon they could at once pro ceed with the work mapped out by the Secretary of the Interior, Franklin K. Lane. The committee was prom...

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. — 24 June 1915

UNITHOLDERS USERS HOLD If there has ever been a. question of doubt in the mind of any one as to whether or not the unit-holders and water-users of Bard are inter ested in the proposed re-valuation of the work that has al ready been done, and estima ting the cost of the improve ments that must hereafter be done on the Yuma project, in-so-far as 'those propositions relate to Bard, that doubt was most certainly dispelled Saturday night at the Bard school house mass meeting. Almost every unit-holder was present. If any one was absent his next door neighbor was on hand to represent him. They were there from every nook and corner of the reser vation. Each and every one of them were intensely inter ested in what Hon. Everett P. Teasdale might have to say as their member of the Board of Cost Review. Had the meeting been advertised as a free barbecue, with free watermelons, free ice cream and free cold drinks on the side it is extremelv doubtful if a more representative mass meeting could ha...

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. — 24 June 1915

WATER USERS GOMHTTEE MEET AI THE BARO EXPEHIMEMT S PROPOSE TO TAKE ACTION ON PROJECT COSTS AND FORMULATE PLANS FOR FUTURE DELI BERATIONS; HISTORICAL DATA; YUMA PRO JECT OFFICIALS HAVE FAILED TO FURNISH COSTS STATEMENT, AS PER THEIR INSTRUC TIONS FROM' SECRETARY F. K. LANE. The initial meeting of the advisory committe of the unit holders and water users of the Bard unit of the Yuma project was held on Monday night, as per schedule, in the vater users' ofice at the ex perimental station. Everett P. Teasdale, called the meet ing to order. It had been the intention of the committee, following the usual procedure, that in view of his position as chairman of the school house mass meet ing and handling all the af fuiis or the unit holders of Bard, that Charles W. John son would become chairman of the advisory committee. However, he was unavoidably detained, sending word to his fellow members that he would arrive later in the evening, if possible. In the "absence of .Secretary Biggs, the du...

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. — 24 June 1915

Harley Powell fleers- Locks Up -History Recalled Shortly before 5 o'clock this morn ing, Karley Powell, an inmate of the county Bastile, made a clever capture .of Officers Ed Mayes and Jim Neahr locking them both inside the strong box, then proceeding to the sheriff's office, he selected a good rifle and left for California, followed by a posse in tent on securing tli key to the jail which Powell had, in his haste, for gotten to leave. About 10 o'clock; he was surrounded in the California bush several miles from Yuma, captured and returned to Yuma, where he is- resting easily and wondering why he hadn't first con ferred with his only friend and attor ney, Clarence A. Lindeman before causing the sheriff such an unpleasant awakening this morning. Previous to the capture, Mr. Linde man was found busy patting himself on the back for being the attorney of such a smart- client, but there are those mean enough to suggest that the prisoner chose the desperate alterna tive of fighting the sh...

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. — 24 June 1915

t . E. RODDJS. DISTRICT COUNSEL U.SM. SO. DIVISION 15 III YUMA (From Monday's Examiner) E. E. Roddis, district coun sel of the U.S.R.S., and in charge of the legal affairs for the Southern Division, which . includes,; Yuma Project, Ari , zona-California, and whose 'headquarters are in Phoenix, arrived in the city this morn ing Mr. Roddis is under Judge Will R. King, chief counsel of the U. S. R. S., a member of the reclamation commission wth headquarters in Washington. The commission being now away from Washington on a tour of inspection with the appropriations committee rp the house of representatives, and will not return to Wash ington till July 15th. Many matters of importance as af fecting the projects in this di vision come under Roddis' jurisdiction. Recently, the project man ager of the Salt River projeci was compelled to be absent from project work and Mr. Roddis, the district counsel, was assigned to the duties of .acting project manager, and his administration of affairs w...

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. — 24 June 1915

PRACTICAL BUSINESS SUGGESTIONS1 , TO PROVIDE COMMON DEFENSE! -1 u j Most people are apt to carry the idea that Washington has always To provide for the Common Defense into civil life and ready at or after been the capital of the United States, is our duty under the Constitution. We!j graduation to give an officer to every , but such is not the case. At one time all hope that war will not come, and ' one hundred men of an army of five the changes in the seat of govern- million volunteers. Even in civil life ment were frequent, it is impossible to overestimate what PhIladelphia( New York, Baltimore, these graduates would do for the Lancagter.f Pa.. York, Pa.; Princeton, National Guard and for school training. N j. Treaton N. j.. and Annapolis Fifteen million dollars a year would m naye been at one tIme the capitai give a lieutenant's pay for one thou- Qf the United state8 After the close sand graduates of calleges and techni- Qf the war for independence tact p. -cal schools, many woul...

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. — 24 June 1915

The American "Magazine once offer ed prizes for the best letters entitled "What I Am Most Thankful For." The' -following contribution from a woman who is thankful for twenty years spent with an unselfish husband, won third' prize. "What I am most thankful for, un questionably, is for twenty years, of married life with an unselfish man; a quiet, studious, witty man that child ren and dogs love and understand. "A man that gave up his college career that he might help his parents and give his young brother a chance. "A man who today supports his old ' mother in her own home so that she can still feel independent instead of in his home, where the expense would be less.' "A man who has .honor and duty written in his soul, where they always remain, so that he does not need to carry 'a rabbit's foot for luck.' "A man who has twice had money that represented years of savings swept away in a few weeks swept away through a supposed friend; but honor called for him 'to stand to the guns,' and ...

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. — 24 June 1915

(Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) WASHINGTON, D. C., June 22. A few simple pre cautions will aid the house wife in keeping meat untaint ed in hot weather. It is, of course, common knowledge that the higher the tempera ture, the quicker meat will spoil, but the family's sup plies are not absolutely at the mercy of the thermometer. Ice and cleanliness are two great weapons of defense. For many families a refrig erator is obviously out of the question, but it is perhaps better to have no refrigerator at all than a neglected one. Merely to wash it out occa sionally does little good; it should be thoroughly scalded at frequent intervals, in par ticular, the drain. This, if overlooked, is apt to harbor a fungeous growths, which may spread to the food. On one occasion a man applied to the Department of Agriculture because he had found that a joint of beef placed in his re frigerator had turned a pecu liar bright red. Upon exam ination it was ascertained that the meat was covered with a ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 24 June 1915

HELP THE BOARD OF COST REVIEW RE-VALUE THE PROJECT COSTS; TAKE OFF THE RIVER FRONT PROTECTION, RAILROAD AND LEVEE FROM THE BUILDING CHARGES; IT'S UP TO YOU; "OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS," SAID EVER ETTE P. TEASDALE, RECENTLY. Phoenix, Ariz., June 17. To Yuma Daily Examiner: The Phoenix board of cost -review is still convening. ft is reported that the findkigs and report is submitted by or der of Secretary Lane to Dr. Elwood Mead. Dr. Mead left Phoenix for' Berkeley, California on Wednesday af ternoon and is now enroute. Before leaving, it is report ed that he received a wire from the Yuma valley water fisers advising him that they are in hearty accord with Sec retary Lane's board of cost review plans and ideas, which now are only beginning to be fully understood. These plans mention a vastly greater scope for the benefit of the settlers on gov ernment projects than was supposed and all of this is being gradually announced since Dr. Mead ?rrived in the ..West. The secretary has the in terests...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 24 June 1915

r SEPMF1 SMART WHEN TOPPED 8! JACKETS ((Special to the Yuma Daily Examiner) NEW YORK, June 24 In this day of revivals, it is not surprising that .blouses again find favor. Summer suits foster their popularity. Indeed, ithe separate waist and skirt may be as smart as the one-piece frock provid ed there is a silk coat to top the costume. Paris takes special delight In turri- An Awning-Striped Blouse with the New Quaker Collar and a Trans parent Waist with Jabot Frill ing out new surprises in sheer waists. There is no name in blousedom that quite covers these transparent confec tions of the famous couturieres. Lin gerie is too frilly, and-tailored is eng tirely out of the question, for who would ever call a pintucked Swiss or organdy by so harsh a name? They are original in contour. Strange as it may seem, coming from Paris, the source of true color, they are white, pure white; crispness, the chief charm of the garment, bespeaking loudly the midsummer they are made for. The mystic char...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 24 June 1915

THE "SILVERY GOLORADO" TAKES DISLIKE TO THE S DDE 0 tents are That'part of- -West Yuma ! where Uncle Sam's boys have pitched their tents was quite: a busy place all day yes terdaynand the greater por tion of last flight. Rio Colo rado took 'a sudden notion that thej soldier boys were having too easy a time of it, and, to break the monotony, the river all of a" sudden be gan sending its muddy stream directly, against the bluff bank, where the pitched. But little attention, however, .was given to the encroachment of the on-rushing stream. Finally, great big slices of the bank began to slide into the river directly in front of the long thatched arbor erected in front of the camp to lessen the rays of the sun. By noon yesterday something like 50 to 100 feet of camp frontage for a dis tance of several hundred feet in length had crumbled into the water; in fact, the river had encroached upon the sa cred domains of the soldier boys' do mestic sanctuary to such an extent that part of the ar...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 24 June 1915

EUB: IflE CRISIS (Reprinted from the London Daily News and Leader, August 1, 1914, be fore hostilities began, by A. G. Gardi ner, Editor of London Daily News and Leader, and author of several import ant books.) The greatest calamity in history is upon us a calamity so vast that our senses are numbed with horror. We hardly dare look into the pit that now yawns at our feet and yet any hour, any minute may plunge us in beyond all hope of return. At this moment our fate is being sealed by hands that "we know not, by motives alien to our interests, by influences that if we "knew we should certainly repudiate. ISvery step at this hour may be ir Tevocable. The avalanche trembles on the brink and a touch may send it shatering into the abyss. The peace of every land, the hap piness of every home in Europe, the very bread by which we live, hang at this moment upon the will of one man, the Czar of Russia. It is he whise hand is on the avalanche. It is lie who with one- stroke of the pen, one w...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. — 24 June 1915

IRRIGATION MOVEMENT hfes as- toward financing road work. Good roads for the Farmer, the, .Stockman, the Miner, for every one that uses the; roads. In brief, "Good roads all over Arizona for Arizonans." ARIZONA GOOD ROADS ASS'N.. sumed national importance.' This- will be continued by other ar ticles by Mr, Teasdale, continuously, until the whole subject is fully cover ed. LEGAL NOTICE DR. ELWOOD MEADE IS FAMOUS AS INTERNATIONAL IRRIGATIONIST Continued from first page' -soils and climate. "The unfit have mostly gone to the Avail, and the fact is in a way. to be sincerely regretted. Some of those who have beeA eliminated might have succeeded if they had had in the neigh borhood men of experience to actively guide them. Their lot is the -saddest of all. Observations made at tlie very youngest settlement seemed to show that in the future fewer mistakes will be made by the settler and the state, and the progress will be infinitely more rapid than in the pioneer sub divisions. "A most grat...

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. — 1 July 1915

:'f ARIZONA SENTINEL r , YUMA SOUTHWEST VOLUME XLV. NUMBER 28. BY GIVES GRAPHIC STORY OF EARTHQUAKE AT EL CEIilR The Arizona Republican says: The most graphic and detailed ac count of the Imperial valley earth quake which has yet been made public is contained in a letter received yes terday by Judge" Joseph H. Kibbey from his son, Walter B. Kibbey, who is engaged in the practice of law in El Centro. Under date of June 23, he writes of the earthquake which demol ished buildings in the Imperial valley: "The damage can hardly be estimat ed even now. There is not a business building in town which escaped injury, and, in my opinion, all but possibly two or three will have to be entirely rebuilt. A few minutes after 8 o'clock we felt a slight shock. I remarked that I wouM like to see and experience one severe shock, provided no damage would result The next instant, the whole house seemed to tilt on end, recover and tilt the other way, the chandeliers traveling first east and then west, an...

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. — 1 July 1915

SECRETARY FRANKLIN K. LANE SAYS GOVERN MENT WILL GIVE TflEfARMERSA SQliSRE DEAL, AND, JUST AT T H I S JUNCTURE HIS WORD GOES A LONG WAY. - 5-f Unit holders and water users of the Yuma project are Deginning 10 realize mar it s a long way to Tipperary and equally as far to the end of the lonesome, expensive, unsatisfactory lane they have been forced to travel ever since they became imbued with the very correct idea that this project, taking it all in all, the bad with the good, is the very best of all of Uncle Sam's thirty-odd irrigation projects. These same unit holders and water users, however, are but human, and the aver age human being is ill at case, if not wholly discontented, unless he or she gets all that is due; indeed, ' many even want more. It is little won der, therefore, that the Bard- ites, Gilaites and Yumaites want their just dues in con nection "with the Yuma pro ject. Some few are under the impression i;hat there is a conflicting interest be tween the unit holder and...

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. — 1 July 1915

HON. JAS. EDWARDS GIVES STORY OF STATE LEGISLATURE 'WORKINGS' Hon. James Edwards, Yu ma's representative in the lower house of the state leg islature, has returned to the bosom of his friends and for the next few days will be kept busy shaking hands with his constituency and giving an account of his stewardship. He looks hale and nearty and, though the legislature has kept him in Phoenix almost continuously since last Jan uary, yet he does not seem to be any the worse off on ac count of his vigils in behalf of the people. "Jim," as his friends call the Yuma solon, is as full of legislative information as the proverbial egg is full of meat. He had to do some real stren uous work in order to hold his own with the gangsters, but he did it, and is fully sat isfied with his record. Before he put uj is big fight on his prohibition bill he took the trou ble and precaution to write to every superior judge, every sheriff and ev ery county attorney in the state in order to ascertain how the c...

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. — 1 July 1915

Yuma So.uthwe.st , ' jsScitlli&ed NofeSUtF 1171 Tfylii. : M. Barnay and Judg Wm. J. Brry. PurchiM 18T5 bjr John W.'Dorricf- 1 torn who relinquished .to W. H, Bhorey on July 1, 191L Published far 44 years without mlcalng an Imu. SUBSCRIPTION RATH Per Tear 11.00 Entered at Yuma, Tama eouafcfr, t Arizona, as second class ouriL ";: Published Thursdays. THE SELF-ELIMINATION OF MR. WINSOR That was a fine public spirit displayed by Chairman Winsor of the land commis sion Monday afternoon, said the Republican, when he di rected his friends in the legis lature to submit to his official elimination rather than to im peril' the land bill. The per sonality of Mr. Winsor was made the principal obstacle to land Ip.crislflfinn in the. rp.o-nlar' session and in the second ex - tra session. In the first ses - sion he told his friends he v would be willing to sacrifice! himself if necessary for a land code, but he naturally desired ' to serve as commissioner in such an. important work as rthe adm...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel Yuma Southwest
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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