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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 31 January 1918

4 A V "Treaty of Peace" (Continued From Page One.) diversion and division of water shal at all times be' under the charge and control of the United States, and shall be effected with due regard to the ac tual needs as well as the moral and equitable rights of both parties. Not concurred in: President Imperial Irrigation District. President Yuma County Water Users Association. Imperial directors will draft propo sition providing that pending construc tion of storage reservoirs Yuma shall have prior right to 1700 cibic second feet Association. Will draft counter proposition in ac cordance with Sec. 11 of proposed con tract submitted, and an alternativ providing for water for power pur poses by means of storage. Item of Agreement No. 3. (Intro duced by Yuma County Water Users' Association.) All enlargements of existing works or construction of new works, includ ing the diversion works at Laguna dam, the main canal from Laguna dam to the point of diversion to Imperial Valley, and such s...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 31 January 1918

Hi Mi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi No matter how increasingly difficult the merchandising situation' may be, our custom ers may rest assured that III1U uun m m will continue to be their most dependable source ofjJsupply. They may know that we will have the lowest prices at which reliable goods may be sold. Our Spring goods are now arriving and for Style and Economy PricesWe Are Right E. F. SANGUINE TTI DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IE I 91 jr Hi Hi a Hi Hi Hi Imperial and Yuma Sign Treaty of Peace (Continued From Page One.) vealing the fact, that, to all intents and purposes, each side was "as straight as a string." After the "declaration of principles" had been adopted the Imperial directors "laid their cards on the table, face up," in the nature of a bill that congress will be asked to pass at the earliest possible moment. Before this could be approved by the Yuma board of governors, Imperial Valley would have to recognize certain inalienable rights possessed by Yuma Project, and in or...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 7 February 1918

I 4- LATEST MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY E. F. SANGUINETTI Cotton 29c Milo Maze $59.00 Fetereta, ton $58.00 g Alfalfa hay, ton ?25.C0 5 Barley, ton $60,00 g Wheat, ton $65.00 g OHKHCKKHKKKH30mOHKHKHK VOLUME 48, FEARLESS' CHAMPION OF CITY OF YUMA, YUMA PROJECT AND YUMA COUNTY YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1918. LATEST MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY J. M. BALSZ p, Cattle 6c t'8J4c Hogs ". 8c tc?12c Lambs !f 16c . Turkeys --30c 2 Chicks A 20c Eggs J50c NUMBER 5. 1 SECRETARY OF YUMA COUNTY COMMERCIAL CLUB RUSHES INTO PRINT IN ILL-ADVISED AT- TEMPT TO "FORESTALL" CONTROVERSY WITH SENTINEL EDITOR, THEREBY AWAKENING THE WRONG PASSENGER. Such can be terfhed the "case" now brought to an is sue, which will be threshed out just as long and as often as "Kelly, the Cop" desires. He has one daily paper, at least, that apparently will give him all the space he needs. Truev he will, through this .medium, be able to shoot a little oftener than the editor of the ARIZONA SENTINEL, which is printed bu...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 7 February 1918

-Axions. Sentinel Established Nov, 1870, by Jas. M.Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry; pur chased 1875 by John W. Dorrington, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR $2-00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thursdays. B. F. FLY Editor-Owner "Our Country! In uer intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong." Stephen Decatur. the bonded indebtedness of each, to see if his figures would correspond with those I had given from memory. Lo, and behold! The secretary didn't know as much about any one of the subjectsas a jackrabbit, while almost any other sec retary of a commercial organization has such figures at his fingers' ends. Fortunately the distinguished mayor and I met County Assessor A. B. Ming and without hesitation he gave the figures off-handed, and they ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 7 February 1918

if? Hi tfi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi m Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi n Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi The for us A CLEARANCE FALL AND WINTER ALE OF ALL CLOTHES IT'S a good thing for you because you can buy Hart Schaffner & Marx and Styleplus clothes and fine furnishings at reduced prices. You probably know that everything is on the rise; these clothes are worth more now than when we bought them; they'll be worth much more next year than they are now. f Better look ahead on your needs and buy for the future as well as the present. THIS sale is a good thing for us because it gives us to start the Spring Season with bright new styles, the chance to dispose of all our present stocks and Then, too, the extra value-giving brings new customers to this store and helps to widen our circle of friends. HART SCHAFFNER. & MARX ALL WOOL SUITS All are this fall models and latest patterns. $25.00 SUITS at $21.75 S27.50 SUITS at $22.45 S28.50 SUITS at $23.35 S30.00 SUITS at i.. $24.25 s OME people...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 7 February 1918

Hi Hi m Si if! Ln Hi At E. F. Sanewin Department sh Dresses For Children Have Arrived 25 Dozen assorted Childsem's Gingham and Chambray Dresses. Sizes 2 Years to 14 Years. Ten different styles; 50 different patterns; plaids, stripes and plains nicely trimmed and well-made. Renfrew Devonshire Cloth 200 Pieces of this favorite cloth for Children's Dresses just arrived plain and OCr tA fancy patterns, guaranteed fast colors, .32 inches wide THE PRICE : : : : OuC J The Family Favorite Cloth The Great Economy Cloth GIVEN AWAY FREE AFTER SCHOOL-One Cut-Out Dress Folder for the Little Girl. SANGUINEUS ODS DEPARTMENT BOARD OF GOVERNORS HOLD REGULAR MEET ING, SELECT OFFICERS FOR COMING ANNUAL ELECTION AND COMMISSION SENATOR MULFORD WINSOR TO GO TO WASH INGTON IN LAGUNA DAM MATTER. Monday of this week the board of governors of th'e Water Users' Association met in regular monthly session and after the disposition of routine matters proceeded to the selection of the requisite number of official...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 14 February 1918

?WmHKHKHKHKKKHKHKHKHKHa J. 0 LATEST MARKET REPORT ' FURNISHED BY g e! f. sanguinetti jjj 5 Cotton 29c S Milo Maze 59.00 "g g Fetereta. ton $5S.OO & Alfalfa hay, ton ?25.G0 0 Barley, ton v. $60,00 g g Wheat, ton $G5.00 VOLUME 48.' FEARLESS CHAMPION OF CITY OF YUMA, YUMA PROJECT AND YUMA COUNTY N YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 14, 1918. LATEST MARKET REPORT S FURNISHED BY 5 J. M. BALSZ . I Cattle J.... 6c to 8c, Hogs 8c to 12y2c Lambs 16c Turkeys 30c Chicks 20c Eggs 50c HHKKHKHKHKHKHiKHKKKH3 NUMBER, 7. 0- 0 -jO OF LIFE (From the Committee on Public Information, Washington, D. C, By iJavid Star Jordan.) The dynastic system is the taproot of war. It persists as a survival from mediaeval traditions, with no proper ' place in the civilization of today. Its presence has precipi tated the world war, because in Germany with antiquated preconceptions it has become possessed of all the resources of science. Its existence is bound up in war. It rests on three props force, intrigue and s...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 14 February 1918

Arizona Sentinel Established Nov, 1870, by Jaa. M.Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry; pur chased 1875 by John W. Dorrington, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July l, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR $2.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thurs days. B. F. FLY Editor-Owner "Our Country! In nei intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong." Stephen Decatur. THE BIG HE HIGHBINDER WANTS TO UNLOAD. At the last meeting of the city council "City Agent Trask let the cat out of the bag. He boldly advocated the is suance of $200,000 in bonds for the purpose of purchasing the Big He Highbinder's old rat traps, which is just about the equivalent of saying that Mr. City Agent" Trask has been acting as the selling agent of the aforesaid Big He Highbinder all along. The city council seems very much inclin...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 14 February 1918

4 I V V V V V I V X I v ? V I 1 1 here s money for ' you in th idea Buy clothes now at our clearance sale Here?s the point; clothes are costing more and more each week. These fall and winter goods we Ye offering at reduced prices would cost us much more to duplicate now next year they'll be worth still more. You can make some hig dividends by investing in clothes now. Hart Schaffner & Marx and Styleplus made these suits and overcoats of ours ' . . you know what that means; all wool perfect , tailoring and style, and good value. The reduced prices mean still more value -and these prices are based on what we paid for the goods not what they re worth now, due to rising That's a big, thing to remember. HART SCHAFFNER & MARX ' All Wool Suits. All this fall models and patterns. .$25.00 SUITS at $21.75 S27.50 SUITS at $22.45 S28.50 SUITS at $23.35 $30.00 SUITS at $24.25 STYLEPLUS ALL WOOL SUITS All new models. Known from Maine to Cal ifornia for the best medium priced suits. 817.00...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 14 February 1918

SECRETARY BAKER MAKES HIS CRITICS HUNT THEIR HOLE SHOWS THT THE GRANDEST ARMY IN HUMAN HISTORY WAS RAISED IN RECORD TIME ARMY IN EVERY WAY IS iirAnmTTV mr n addv "AT T fT ADV TVUXV1XXX XVJ KjtUXll VXLrfVXVX TO THE FIGHTING FRONT. When William, Von Hohenzollern reads the report just submitted by Secretary of War Newton D. Baker, his royal majesty will be cured of the foolish notion that America is only bluffing in the present war. The fighting strength of the Ameri can army is at this moment more than a million and a half of the finest men that ever shouldered a gun or marched to the wild, grand music of war, or that the sun ever shown on. Secretary Baker shows that they are not only willing to fight, but that they are equipped to fight, such as no army ever was before. They, are phy sically fit. They are intelligent. They are determined. They are better clothed and better shod and better fed than any other army that ever faced a foei since time began. " Their health conditions are b...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 21 February 1918

f 1 FEARLESS CHAMPION OF CITY OF YUMA, YUMA PROJECT AND YlfMA COUNTY (7 VOLUME 48. YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1918. NUMBER 8. FACTOR IN WORLD WAR (By Bradley Stoughton.) NEW YORK, Feb. 20. In the heat of his work over war problems the American mining engineer today recog nized the labor element as a chief factor in the country's successful prosecution of the war. The occasion was the closing day of the 116th meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, which this year, probably more than ever before, has been attended by men of national promi nence, who have presented technical problems of extraordi nary importance. The outlook for labor after the war, using the crippled soldier in industry and giving to the laborer every advantage for better living and greater responsibility were a few of the matters under consideration. Opinions were presented by Prince Hremilianovich, Major Frank ML Gilbreth and others. Later in the day, during a Hoover food conservation' din...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 21 February 1918

Arizona Sentinel Established Nov, 1S70, by Jas. M.Barney and Judge Win. J. Berry; pur chased 1875 by John W. Dorringtdn, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR 52.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thursdays. B. F. FLY Editor-Owner "Our Country! In n- intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our country, righl orwrong Stephen Decatur. . Norway is not exactly happy at the manner in which the United States is refusing to let foodstuff go to that country, and they appear to think a lot of Germany in that Scandinavian country, but the king has not yet sent the kaiser a congratulatory message and mixed up the word "just cause" in the felicitation. Mr. Carranza of Mexico, however, did that very thing. Three new timely hints which have been just issued by the agricultural experime...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 21 February 1918

T " ' I. 1 1 I,' i n'liy mm in iiimm in i ii mil w ii ii i i 1 1 1 1 "i rri"-rf 1 mi ii ii i hi nh"" ' vi ii VyffirffiTr'ffi ' 11 , .t - , VJTTO" A o- Washington's ,Wtr" Birthday ;X Jp fU ' A WOMAN'S QUESTION. Copyright Ixau ocaalmer cc Marx A One hundred and eighty-six years ago Washington was horn ' T this time every year, you are reminded of the old story of George Washington and the cherry tree. But this year, let us think of George Washington at Valley Forge and at Yorktown, when he was laying the foundation of our United States on the principles of freedom and democracy. Today we are defending these same principles and in the heart of every American is the loyal resolve that the life of Washington shall not have been lived in vain. Millions in men and billions in money, we are ready to give to such a cause. Commemorate him this day and do your part, whatever it may be. Hi mm The HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX AND STYLEPLUS CLOTHES., Yuma Fruit Company All kinds of Fruits an...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 21 February 1918

THE ADVENT OF THE WRAPPED-GN DRESS Individual Ideas In Knitting Accessories Silks That Follow Ginghams NEW YORK, Feb. 19. There is something quite won derful in the way America is coming to the front in, every line. Undaunted by circumstances, she accepts the condi tions made necessary by war, and makes the best of them. Anything that spells economy, that means a saving to help our government win the war, is eagerly considered by the patriotic women of the United States. Thev sav abroad that we always go into things so hard, putting our whole souls into the thing of the moment, and it i true. The fashions of the present day prove this fact. Conservative dresses, frocks wool, are the order of the day. Charming for Plain and Figured Materials pish, for.they are in good taste, simple and .becoming. The new materials lend themselves nicely to the lim ited yardage. The cotton serges and gabardines are very good looking, and, of course, the silks are wonderful. There Ts a new silk, patter...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 28 February 1918

NEL FEARLESS CHAMPION OF CITY OF YUMA, YUMA PROJECT AND YUMA COUNTY YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY ?8, 1918. VOLUME 48 NUMBER 9. 4 (Examiner Special Feature Service By W. E. Lindsey, Governor of New Mexico.) War, government, and religion are indices to the self definition of nations and peoples. For contrast of the self-definition of the imperial Ger man government with the government of the United States . of America index and define, in parallel, the wars, govern ment, and religion of he two nations. Under the guidance of Otto Von Bismarck, "the man of blood and iron," Prussia and part of the German states have fought three wars: That with Denmark in 1664, a war of conquest, ravish- :ing that nation of Schleswig-Holstein. That with Austria in lf66, a war of subjugation, effec tively removing a rival. That with France in 1870, a war of conquest, despoil ing that nation of Alsace-Larraine and a billion dollars. Under the guidance of the people of the United States . our nation ha...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 28 February 1918

-Ajrioria- Sentinel Established Nov, 1S70, tfy Jas. M.Barney and Judge Win. J. Berry; pur chased 1S75 by John W. Dorrington, who relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR 52.00 , - Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thurs days. B. F. FLY Editor-Owner "Our Country! In uw intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our country, righi or wrong." Stephen Decatur. Somewhere Over There The most brilliant war corre spondent can only sigh with envy of the humblest Ameri can boy at the front. The best article he ever wrote, based, on no matter what exhausted investigation and long ex perience carries no such authority as the simple letters of the American soldiers in the trenches. Here are excerpts from real letters written by Ameri can soldiers in the last few weeks to their families at home. T...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 28 February 1918

ODNT BE FDOLEO PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS VSh Carlton this season's new narrow, toe a Florsheim style of the times. The best dressed men are already wearing this shape they know that the Florsheim style leader of the season is correct. We have it in the new dark Mahogany shade it is the most distinquished looking, snappy style we have shown for sometime. The T The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx and o. l l r .1 oiyiepius Glomes cry The Store For The Man Vho Cares INSURE YOUR COTTON FIRE INSURANCE ON COTTON IN THE FIELD Your cotton can be insured in the field and route to the gin. We insure cotton in the bale on your ranch or in the gin yard. Yuma Title Abstract & Trust Co. JOHN DOAN, Secretary 8 per cent Money to Loan 8 per cent 'ALA iS0f HIGH SOCIETY PEOPLE are frequent visitors to this restaur ant. They find here every attention paid to the details of fine food, deli ciously prepared and skillfully served with splendid appointments and sur roundings. We are prepared to ar range fo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 28 February 1918

PERTINENT PARAGRAPHS HOW THE WAR CAN BE LOST. (The Douglas Dispatch.) When the supreme court of Arizona decided the gover norship contest in favor of George W. P. Hunt, it not only decreed that the entire salary of Thomas E. Campbell as governor of Arizona for the year 1917 should go to Mr. Hunt, but allowed the latter a judgment of $4122.25 against Mr. Campbell for defending possession of the office which the supreme court in a previous decision ruled that he was entitled to hold. Thus there is presented to the people of the state the spectacle of the highest legal tribunal reposing in a man a public trust for which the state provides a sal ary, denying him any portion of that salary, and in addition requiring him to pay the cost of someone else who eventual ly was awarded the place. There is no shred of justice in such a procedure. It may be law, but if it is the law and that is a matter of opin ion then it is a bad law. However, there is no use in com plaining against immutable c...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 7 March 1918

1 FEARLESS CHAMPION OF CITY OF YUMA, YUMA PROJECT AND YUMA COUNTY YUMA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918. VOLUME 48. NUMBER 10. nn nibiTii gOTf mm Tur cuiDMADiiirco UU UMI 1 1 MLIO I 0 U ff 81 B liL CiUDHIttmilLO ! WASHINGTON, Mar. 5. Lie No. I. "This is a capi talists' war because the capitalists wanted to keep on mak ing money by manufacturing and shipping munitions, and they forced the government to declare war in order to pro tect the boats." Answer The entrance of the United States into the war took from the capitalists his profits and is turning them into labor. Probably there have been a few food "profi teers" and the like, but they are being dealt with, and the only financial profit from the war. accrued to laboring men. Lie No. 2. "This is a capitalists' war because the capital ists had bought English bonds and were afraid the bonds would be worthless if Germany won." Answer Then, since the munition capitalists lose money by the war,, and the capitalists who had bought Ger ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Arizona sentinel. — 7 March 1918

t Arizona Sentinel Established Nov, 1870, by Jas. M.Barney and Judge Wm. J. Berry; pur chased 1S75 by John W. Dorrington, twbo relinquished to W. H. Shorey on July 1, 1911; who in turn relinquished to B. F. Fly on January 1, 1917; pub lished for 46 years without missing an issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATE, PER YEAR 52.00 Entered at Yuma, Yuma Co., Ariz., as second-class mail. Published on Thurs days, i B. F. FLY Editor-Owner A'Our Country! , In ner intercourse with foreign na tions may she always be in the right; but our countiy, right or -wrong." Stephen Decatur. A Brave French Girl For some reason school teach ers are usually regarded as timorous creatures. The French nation has recently given the Cross of War to Mile, Fique menf, a school teacher in the Marne district. She refused torgi've up the archives of the commune and the citation foi bravery says: "A woman of the highest courage, brave and devotee among all, at Taisey during the German occupation, hac the pt)wer, by her noble and ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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