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THE COLUMBUS DAILY COURIER
Writer's toriwn Store MM;
Mitoitims, hm, Cash 6om
ArmySafc Ouptii 0Mn; Cltws
Saturday morning llicro wa no
fumbling with keyhole In unlock
Ing tho front and rear doora of the
3PL. Walker hardware tCbro In ItiU
city, 'both front and rear entrance
vrero wldo open.
Burglar had Jimmied an entrance
and had carried off one ride and I
half a down revolver. They rifled
ine cm register 01 cnange amount
log to about M and on their way out
took what mora and other thing
they needed. Mr. Walker told hit
lota amount) (o about 1150.
HeM-tp Rumor Denied.
.Rumor floated around iho city
8undy that ode man had held up
another and relieved him of ISO In
tho vicinity of Uio Bprcad-Eogle
pool room. Stunning down the ru
mor proved there wa nothing to IL
f HOTEL GUEST VICTIM Of
Allton Kettle, linotype operator
on the Dally Courier, rooming at
the Hoover hotel, awoko Bunday
tnornln earlv rhniitrli In u-ar
iivAKiiiici. no in minus w
In amall change and hit watch,
which wa on the drcstir. If the
thief had made a mora thorough
search he would have dltcovercd a
hundred or to In hi coat pocket.
Printer, at a rule, carry money In
all pocket, juit ttow II away, cans
ICM-IIke, la any old pocket and
when It become cumbersome throw
. II away.
r (SUMMARY SAFE
CWOPrEB OPEN: Md GONE
A aafe In the commlttary depart
t went at Camp Furlong in tho of (Ice
pretldctT over by P. A. Mill, wa
carrM (0 a nearby warehouio and
ekoptted open and the robber found
$M for bl trouble
Finger print .wera left on tho
ligation 1 under
, Wf" "
' WITH rWW-FNGt0 MACHINE
J. A. Holllmoit, one nf the pro
prietor of the City Market, acci
dentally cut off 'one of hi finger
or nu rigm ntnu Saturday morning
in a new machine ho wa experi
menting with. Mr, llollimon will
now (land around and look wisp
and "boit" hi partner, Mr. Prem
ier, Jame Anderson and Ralph
Kelly, to lay nothing of tho cut
tbmer. and they aro Increasing
HOTEL WINDOW PANE
Bunday afternoon while the pro
prietor of the Hotel Clark wa out
cf the office, a tpent bullet struck
the window pano and ttarllcd one
lone lobbylto. No uamago was done.
The federal grand Jury In ielon
Issl week at Sinta Fo returned
aweeplng Indlclment for violations
of the federal law throughout lliu
at ate of, Now Mexico.
haWorth pictures corp.
The dramatic etory of i Japaneic boy who tought to
rtvenfe the wrong done hit mother. He planned to
kill hit American father but when they came face to
face after a death grapple with the German spiet, the
bey changed hit mind.
TONIGHT AT THE
nyysy hp w W
Only Dully Ut Lun Counly.
v. a. m:partmknt of
Luna, County N. M, Mild, windy
Weather. Willi rntil nlihl. thai ,.,
Uettroyed tlie peach crop. Truck
now using pianico, ana ground pre
pared for later planting. Labor
rather warm it l fl In '. ...
and board, Mllo telling at KM
and bean at 18 per hundred. A
llmtlll nf Iwonn anil mtln fm. ...
ket, A number ot rattlemcn artf
tnippmg in pure bred bull.
Grant County, N. N. Weather
favorablo to aprlng planting. Wage
$20 to (3 per day, and good labor
tcarce. No car shipment of cropt
fnfin county, but all coniuicedlo
rally. Socorro County, N. M Light rain
fall. High wlndt. No terloui dim
ago to fruit from frost to date. No
winter wheal In county. Only Bo
no (tprlng wheal planted. Al
faira telling at 120 (0 3 per Ion.
Corn at w per hundred pound.
Labor supply normal at tM to t!
CAR OF CASING M
AT FLORIDA WELL
Drill Hm Reached Depth of About
1,060 Fret. With Splendid
The log of the oil well of the
Florida Oil company, wett of town,
ihowt thai drilling ha new reached
a depth of approximately 1.000 feet
with splendid Indication for oil.
Interest mount higher a the drill
goe down and the company offi
cial aro very much encouraged by
tho lettcra of Inquiry and applica
tion for ilock which are being re
ceived from various pari of 1110
A carload of eating hat been un
loaded al the well and will (mure
ample supply for present neede
Manager Clark U determined to let
or wtiai ne n every reason 10 ne-
Move will tin a surprisingly good
welt. If you have neglected to hand
in your subscription for a block of
Florida stock, don't wait another
day, but tee them now, Dcming
never fails to do thing right nd
we can't afford to caute any possible,
delay In drilling operation for lack
of funds, Every little helps, and
every thare of slock purchased now
bring the drill Jusl that much
nearer to the completion of our
first oil well. Dcming Headlight.
TELEGRAM TO DAILY
COURIER EXPLAINS ITSELF
Ban Francltco, Cal. April 10.
Kllgoro & Durkhead, Publishers, Co
lumbus, N. M.;
Your request for wire tcrvico will
bo formally acted upon by board of
director. I will do everything
pottlblo to expedite matters.
Bupt. of (ho Associated Press.
Saturday wa pay day at Camp
Cokiintnn, New Mrxko,
MAY ALLISON MJKAMK
Metro Ma In The HHhch el Mtto"
WW Pack Onj-x The4er.
"The Return of Mary," a Ave re?l
romantic dram with. May Allison
winsome Utile Mary, It the fea
ture thow al (he Onyx theater to
night. For refresh In romanco and
parking humor nothing could ur-
nasi Dili Mi.lr.i nfrl,.. .a.i ....11.
, . .., (!, Will, IIIIVU
up U the atandard ttl by the ox-
triiciico 01 mo tiory, it tno acting
and directing. The supporting call
I well chosen nd Darrell Fom. at
Ml Alliton'i leading man In the
role of Jack Dcnby, doe omo clov
er work. Other arllil who upport
the tUr are Clarence Ilurton, Clalro
McDowell, Frank Brownlee and Jo
The ttory 1 (hit of a young girl
Who al Iho am nt I In-. ...
poted to have been kidnapped from
nu Hiujiiiuccnv nome or ner
wealthy parent wtio, Ujrough Ihe
long uccecdlng year never gave
up the search for their lost daugh
ter. Afler many year have nlap.
ed a man appear ttl the house with
a beautiful girl of tcventeen and
announce! that the it tho atolen
child bringing at proof a tiny pair
of shoes and a baby cap which the
overjoyed mother Instantly recog
nlte. Mary Is taken into the Denby
home and loved as daughter (ho
ton Jack being particularly at
tracted, to hit newfound slater.
Later, with many dranullo situa
tions, it I shown Ihsl Mary it really
the daughter of a poor employe of
tho railroad. Thl enmnn vri.nl
grief to the. penbys who have grown
10 love 111 p. oeauuiui gin, DUl to
Jack, the fact thai Mary it not hit
siller li a ilellihlfnl nmrlin anil
bring up visions of another andj
cioser reiauoniuip, ine romance,
which dates from this important
discovery, la midn a ilellnhl liv Mln
Allison's acting and the is an In-
sionmoeou tuccesa wnn" ner au
dience. Tho screen venlon of "The Re
turn of Mary" wc made by George
D. Uaker from the play of the aamo
name written by Halo Hamilton and
wa directed by Wilfred Lucas,
V. & STEEL MAN MERE.
EXAMINING MINING CUUHS
Harry Edwarek of Ihda city has
DfirriilrtniiiHi: Kdwtri Carter cr
Ilirmlngham. Ala, for the past
week. Mr. Carter is chief engineer
or urn united ntates Steel company
and hat been making aninvctlga
tlon into minirur nossibllllles mi
Cook' Peak, whero Harry ftlwards
lias located valuable claims. Har
ry Edwards and wife have been lo
cated In Columbus for soma lime,
Mr, Edwards owning the Woman's
Shop. Mr. Edwards is versatile.
Resides bring a miner, he it an old
lime newspaper man, a practical
printer and a good mineroloKisl.
Hn hat mado several "clean-ups" In
New Mexico and is alioul to. make
another. Ho Is also a way-up Ma
son. 1 no ramiiy removed here from
CALIFORNIA COMPANY JO
DRILL WELL IN I.UNA CO.
a 11. Morgan and 8. V. Altny re
turned Tuciday from a trip lo Cal
ifornia In the inlcre.il of the lessee
of about 'two hundred thousand
acre of Luna county oil lands.
These gentlemen have closed a con.
tract with Lot Angeles capitalist
for Ihe lease of forty thousand
acre of this land and tho early
drilling of a well pn tame. It 1
understood Jhat a substantial for
felt ha been posted by' tho Cali
fornia company and that papers
will lie sinned by Ihe 15th of this
month which will Insuro tho begin
ning of drilling operations in the
immediate future. Dcming Jlrad
lighl. C. E. Knlffln, who may very prop
erly be called an oil magnate now,
spent Bunday in El Pato.
WHAT BILLY SAYS TODAY-
... .and: ,
SPECIALS FOR TOTS
Mow)-, April 12, MM.
ROCK OF AVENGER
IN NEW PICTURE
UfMtae Actor Cnvt u Young Si-
tfi iKwrminea 10 upnom me
Honor of Hi Family In "HI
Beetue ilyakawn, Japanese altr
of the screen, hag a great dramatic
opportunity In hi new product Ion,
tills Iilrlhrighl," a play based on
tho desire of revenge of a Japanese
youth whoso father I an American
naval officer, produced by the Ha
Worth Picture Corporation fpr Mu
tual and thown at Ihe Co)umhut
JTIio ilory covert Yuklo'a discov
ery of his mother' Jifo history
after he ha reached the age of 21,
when, according lo the rode of tho
Samurai, he became, rciponsiblc for
W10 honor of hi family. II reveal
hi determinatloq to be avenged
Upon his father, who has by Ihi
lime become an admiral of the
United Btatc navy.
After arriving in the lulled
State as cabin boy on a Pacific
Hncr, Yuklo become Involved with
beautiful adventures who desire
cVrtain paper she knows to be in
Mlllou'a possession. Yyklo eecurc
jhe pipers, but hit family honor
prompts him to return them, since
ho I not n thief but an avenger.
HI love for Edna, Hie aihrnliiress,
(l dispelled when lie Drills her out
as the head of a gang of spies, nnd
in a desperate light recoers the
lolen document, returning it In hi
J YukioV wound are. healed in hi
father's house and them he learn
he true version of America plaiv
In the world war. He determine
to abandon revenge and light for
The play is splendidly staged and
photographed. Included In the cast
are Marin Sls, Howard Davie.
jMary Anderson, Turu Aokl, Syd
ney do ilrey, Harry von Meter ami
MX COI.UM11UM COUPLES
OBTAIN MARRIAGE LICENSES
Thomas Hcrnandet II
Oeorge Argulldo SI
Helen Holme it
8umpler II. Harper 20
Ulanuela i'n-i - r. 1
llosario Mores M
Iluby Webb ftj
George Nolan it)
Grace Peter Jrt
Willie Holme 13
Vcrna Gray ,17
Jame C (Jllc iO
Hot Lunch for Brhool Children.
The public school of I.as Cruces
are serving one hot dish for noon
lunch. Qne of the following illlis
is served each day: Cocoa, vege
table soup, tomato soup, pea soup,
cream corn, cream celery oup nnd
IKilato soup. These dislie are very
popular with the pupils. It is a
well known fact that pupils in
school do much belter with a hot
than with a cold lunch.
The Alani'da school in Ilernalilln
county It also sen Ing hot lunches
under Ihe direction of Mr. Wilson,
county superintendent of school,
assisted by tho homo demonstration
Flm Ilally. BubM-rlber.
E. M. Flclcher of the Yt Hid.'
was the first paid In advance sub
scriber lo the Dally Courier. Mr.
Fletcher called at the Courier of.
flee Saturday afternoon and said he
wanted lo be sure the carrion
would not mlts him and he will re
echo Iho Dally Courier for one
month's subscription to this paper.
Among Iho guests registered at
Hie Hotel Clark are: 0. II. llorton,
El paso; W. II. Kroyer. San Anto
nio; Harold Ewald. El Paso; G. A.
Wheele, El Paso; It. W. Kunre, St.
, Only Dally lit Luna. Counly.
Fsderal GtmkI Jury Takes i Wkack
at the 24th hifafltry; Offices and
Soldiers MiMirt; hNKctments
The casllgation of tome of the
soldiers of (ho Zllh Infantry now
stationed In Camp Furlong was se
vere and caused considerable com
ment amotig officer and soldiers
alike. The officer contend thai In
all large bodies of men and in an
organisation of vo soldier e-
peciaity, tiicrn Is bound to be a cer
tain percentage of drug and liquor
addict, but Ihey maintain the per
centage U not any higher in Ihe
'.'tlh Infantry than elsewhere.
Following la a cathlng denounce,
ment which was printed m both tho
El Paso Heralll and the El Paso
Banta Fe. N. M, April .10.
Tho smuggling or narcotic and
Intoxicating liquor into Ihe vi
clnlty of Uolumbu. N. M, by
and for the benefit of United
Stales soldiers stationed there
has reached a stage wliero tho
civil authorities are helples.
according lo Iho report of the
United Stoles flrand Jury lo
District Juihte Colin ..Neblell
here lixla)-. The Jury recoin
Jllendn to Ihe war department
thai It transfer Ihn regiment
idulloned at (-dmiibus In mine
other Hilnt rrinolp from Ihe
Mexirnn Ixirder or "tak'e slep
lo rnforre their obedience to
Soldiers Make Wirk for Court
The grand Jury reporli that one
third of the cases Investigated by
it originated fronf Ihe acllivitir of
enlisted men of Ihe unit stationed
al Columbii. The grand Jury' In
vestigation enters all violation or
alleged violations of Ihn federal
law throughout the entire tt nf
Ncuspaper Man Indicted.
Among Ihe Indictment returned
today wa one against J. 0. Al
bright, newspaper edilor of Albu
querque, who I chargrd with send
ing a defamatory article through
Hie mails. It Is understood the ar
ticle in question I Hie -one that
rormed tno nair for a recent libel
suit against Albright by Mayor A.
u. uanneti or URiiup.
Motor Company Men Indicted.
The grand Jury relumed two ad
ditional Indlctmonls in Ihe Cannon
Hall motor rase, one against' offi
cials of tho organization and the
other against men connected with
the assoclaled Western Tiro Manu
facluriug company. The men
charged aro A. flobcrson, James D.
Hamblhi, M. M. Craig. II. BTrlp
letl and F. W. McElroy of the Can-
mm Hall company aud, nf Ihe other
company. Kent staitings, I). A. nan
dall, J. C. Milne. Charles A. Holier
son and James I). llambliii. The in
dictments charge using Ihe mails to
Indians Held for Hustllna.
Five San Domingo Pueblo Indian
were indicted for cattle stealing,
the outcome nf the clash between
the Indians and deputy sheriffs last
Christmas which threatened to re
sult in a massacre of the officer.
Mann Art Chained.
Dr. A. E. llalloway, osteopath of
Estancln, was indicted for allrged
Will a girl choose lore before wemlth?
violation of the Mann art. II being
charged dial he '-ft Eslancl with
a young woman, whom ho took to
Amarlllo, Texas, Clayton and Hot
8prings, It. M and Trinidad. Colo,
Stole RcsUlcrrd Lcttera
Francltco Itascon, Jr pleaded
guilty to sleillng a registered let
tci' containing t.1.000 from a mail
pouch while acting at malt carrier
In place of hit ftthcr near Tirrra
Amarllli, nlo Arriba counly. New
Antonio Quintan pleaded gullly
lo stealing a registered letter at
Pceo and Ralph Stover lo Imner
sonaUng a federal pfflccr.
' Other indictment were a fol.
lowu Caletano Sanchet and Plquti
In rtamlerex, smuggling lequlla;
Esther Hicks, dealing In narcotic;
A. D. Hick and Abnjr Smith, con
spiring tn smuggle cocaine and
morphine for sale Into express car;
Eugenln f.hlarnnl and Margarita
Furclnella, selling lo Indians: Mr.
and Mrs. Aimelo Hollo, vlolallon of
Ihe prohibition ad; M. M. Fnlny, C.
A. Dnllarhlde and Henry Nrhus,
slealiim alcohol from Intendale
shipment; UA Selig. violation of
Hie wart I mi prnhlhitinn arl and
running a still. Bellg was a deputy
sheriff In Colfax counly.
laundry for IflW Soldier
The Columbus Bleam Ijiiuulry
moved from Its old location to it
new home mil Eosl nroadway. Tho
urw laundry building ia a model i
laundry buildings, with plenty of
light and sanitary condition. J. I'.
Vinton, manager, starts Ihe business
In the new building with an enor
mous contract that of Camp Fur
long, (he eonlrarl calling fur tho
weekly laundry of over 4,000 o. 9
illcrs. The detail of gathering this
laundry, marking, counting, laun
dering and reluming is an endless
chain of detail that It bewildering
lo the unltiated. The payroll from
this laundry alone runs inln the
thousand monthly jnd will maka.
bullae-good for'llie' iiie'rclianl on'
Bally Ijindmark Gone.
Tho old llailey inaiulon la now a
wreck. For year it stood down by
Uio border, surrounded by servant'
quarters, fruit trees, llownn and
shrubbery. The Halleya were no
ted entertainer and many lawn
partie and dances wrro held for
tho countryside long before armies
were thought of. II wa a land
mark. It ha been vacant since Ihn
raid, and It has been raided so often
for what could ln carried away
that 11 was decided to wreck it for
the valuable lumber II contained.
Ney General 6lrr.
Waterloo, 'ten mile north of Co
luinbu. boasts a now nicrrhandlcfl
store. T. A. Hulsey purchased a
new stock of goods and will open a
general store In a short lime. Tom
will put in an oil station and 'very
thing and hi many friends will un
doubtedly make- (hit a slopping
place on Iheir way t and from