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(Br Atauekxtori Preaal
WAMINOTOK, a , ARii tfr;
taprnwAittm of dm tlnltod miKftifc Wtoatiaa; to W latonamt
i3jisVNMto asaoaet nwHmi j&Mti
mm aaY U4r praiMrir,
ttOywt com from statUsa
Mfl' TOfattotMllpO, OA toft Paeifla
mi, ssd to KVimlors, o the
Offfctofa am ImrwUftUct.
potwui, ah, a MHa
to ftHftab. eWaf Joeiite ef Uw
Mexfeari Mtpromi ooH, who fa aatd
fa) ssaaa) been f HMOatty ApisalR)t
atil$ry q'8 jjjj
m urn KNift ,
hjto aireat fa aoM 14 ba In' Ma
hAm wMh btW wmei feato
1W to DwiflM frwn Laredo. Tcxaa,
The woman It mI4 to bo married
T Asaaelate Pre.)
L0 AJOttMM, Cel. April iir
No. Ml today wdarad by A4-
mteal Hurt Rodman, e
tho Pacific Kleef, to proceed towne-
MMhr U Nextoan mi
11 fa announced -ttm uuh will
att at XaiMlan,
. It.fai expected, aeeardfe to aaad
free the nunlp . U UM Pact
reeivl tfctt tlia pert of toM4kHi
wt Topioempo tivo been closed
"ftAN 0' MIVA HWETA'
'First Aritde Otto tor NtJn4tun
TH AMOialett Frm.1 r
AOUA HHETA. .. MVtlea
April 23'H) )H-hKlpla'of'the 8
lion revolution aaninat I'rctlilsnt
Carramaa government were made
public here today when leaden of
the now "Liberal Constitutionalist"1
narly iMtiml a brock-mat ion., Uin
flrvt, artlclo af w&eh calte.fw Ihfl!
nllnkWuaat Vy (evaaM.of Um
offico of chief eecullvcof the na-.
TKo Bfoctoaaatton waa faawd m-
J Columbus Theatre
1 TtWKlHT I riSrXlM
WW x ' Oufann retrned (o Alton, III. with
(J-. a BlstoGkc-S weet 1 2 J." 1 1 1 wiiwwmii iifawwtttpinptt
J ; 11 CLAXTOKOLA
I, rlfllltnS' lirSSSY 1 1 $ Mn w mmm. m m n-Mr i
K M COLUMBIA RKCOJtDS " 3 !
t I Special dic .l:-is?iiffiil
I rcaW . . Mr ;,, I
I t M M4 tf Ni
Ul (fee mart wriatti HlMpn.
was arttod bate m tdtor nt
"fektaa; rmxMW Mob p
r eaya mm fUfMjiM nunpt
feMva mn Mad by A
UMtfc 0. WMMt ax llpud Jljnir
lBpttwk Taw tr mwM
tiBWPMfeH I'llllipiJ "
I tt iwmra. from M. eou!4 be
tafrnrt, Uwi whu atttof to
m mm bond M4Mt
hum. An mtwviww wtttt Mor
'AMliMto cowW qaI Ik aMmIiwI unci
M fMkwwn wkkl ho
w ffifca tn hMpi. ftfeft
) ittMail Move Ht4ill fcf
(Br AatoefaM Pt,l
tar AaMral (M O. V, ftrHWkt,
eanaamdlr; of U AUaatls VM,
aMMiiU4 XtlcWfi fcy M(H)IIh 'hint.
aeif yifry ,Wwi en duty with
itw fM i CutN walera. No roa
mi tec Vhe Uafgdy w given.
!Wr Aawefatnt I'rcM.l
NKW fU(, N. V, April -to-
arapa JufV ( ibw4im aaafaai
Oriaaaw awml paeklnir hwiaaafajraf aaaawny, anu MaMMmam, a po
tt toifl ; Oo mtd iaj.inaai. wot aw, wr. 'arrmn anu
aaa fl. and their Mirwawalhaa
aV-Yw idHa weiw bun J ki iliiattir
m fire Mwt mfA tkrati Wock of
fpanKi bulldlnm at Jtewlon, In tho
BnrkfeuracU oil flli, early yntc
day, Six oil well wens damagiM
and a quantity of oil wai ali
burned. The property lost probably
will bo more than a quarter of a
Catofadakl Wtyftlt'lann. 57 Sichlci.
WAIBNBKHa Colo. April XI-
In order to set hi 19-ywir-olil wifo
am,' Dr. .' Clock, 57 ycata old,
jrfiyatflan a the Vlrtor-American
mm at Havenwood,' three mile
south of hero, killed hlni;elf by lak.
lug chloroform. Dr. Clock explained
hla action ht a note addressed (o hli
wife,- who I attending a private
hoarding Khool in IMiebln.
Otoatofa nard turnuoiw aa
proiwlton aaainl ifM0,
'Dm naiM Kuro ha been in
iwe re than 3MQ yean.
mm! f rwk
m4(I, thlrtf-flya IniHolwwii', iM
U were IHrewn out
Of CoMMtNH WN4 M(WtoiMv
1H IMUr CMiriN- iMWillll.
imj warnmu cnrf crtmir I
an Mrnitli of thn rvfMt
A clfeulur of
MfM cl W wyaatifcwjjgiy
MM' CnftWHUtW," It l fkl, i-"tli.i
This rlreuhN- errM wMmi.
wm prlniwl l nlW tm4 Riyrw wJo
clreulfttlgn on I ha xtrrHa of Cmhid
bun caily uft the morning- ofltlm
The chargos In the clrtular, IfjBol
true, were Ucfatn(ory MI aigy'l-
biuu in inn eniwt, m vvanwy
the feet l (WM w-re we
foro Ike xrtM jwry,
AnywAf, H fa a fact (tut Mt'-tar.
Powm, fale candldalo for hw;
MtweiiJiH'f. who war clrctrj Iw Mir
of Inwlrcs hy an overwnv
will fai'daad ttstttar aavaM Jaaadl
I and Kiani- to aMawMBV aaTM I
ipfaav War fkiM
TUW1 aauaajaf fa& mm
lily .Vaaoctoleit lre.J
J0PUN, Mo, April 23-Tho Dem,
orratie stato convention, in session
here, this morning voted to reject
the selection of United Stale rnn.
tor Jainea A. Keed as diatrlcl delc
ante In (ho nation! convention and
to return his name to the. Fifth Dl
trict caucus, which nominated him.
The vote was ifl0 'for Ycjecllcm
la too again.!- Four dclegnlei re
fuel to vote.
The vote eame a a climax In an
bll-nlght session of tho convention
lu which wrantitog and filibuster
ing played a pre4mnt part. t
FOWMHt FIWNflt miQaUMt
- oarre TMaMiac wmk ts jam.
(Hy Aaaoclalcd Prrsa.
PARIS, France, April JS3.-A en.
leneo of tliW ear' iniprlMnrneiil
wa today jmpoied upon former
Premier Calllaux, who wa convict'
ed by tho hlh CQiirl of Ilia aclinic
yu('Hy of corrauiideneo with
the aty iturtoy Um of war.
PJl aV nUMin W IMf
C, W, Power had. Utile to eay
cxc'iVt to casually mmark th "be
thixifhl mum mm w a-Niyittj; with
firo aivd Utt the oxiflr-tin
wjuld take tdaee later oil
Ernl, Kwatadorf waa al! won
committal, Whtm preaeed to ay
aoniethtof for the benefit of tho
rcadera of Tho Dally Courier, ho
aaid, llkn a bluhln maiden, Thin
la loo autftfeti, I'll have my eay
Frank Mantanarea could not h
found, but the ,lrreirrslblo Frank
probalily did havn aomelhln tff ay.
(1 V- I'owen, in couverallou
Willi tho reporter at the Flrel Na
tloital llatik, of which ha it a direc
tor, nevrral day ago. denieil haln
anything to do wh thn circular
and nld ho would have prevented
Ita circulation it ho had known lh
nature of H. He exeiwil it by nay.
Ing his friend were too enthuai
tie. and admitted It had d(ie him
morn harm than good.
Mayor Ulair wai found In bU
offico and aald "he hope Ihe right
men wero arrested ond that "their
defenae will be an attempt to provo
the charge, and not that ttiey ImJ
nollifr.fr In do with it, and in the
event of their proving the truth of
the charac aliened in tho circular
he should resign a mayor and
would do ao."
Ho added "I want tho men who
are actually p4fonihIe for Ihe cir
cular to ho fttaisked, cot toaocrnt
The arre( pruved a big arnu-
on hi CatHntous, Political circle
train they, had intended to leave
GMengu'm at the nd of a five-day
Imneymoon. ilundrcds pf person
leaviim IheaUw iaw Mrs. MeDulg-
Ron kuorketl dnwn and killed by a
YOUNG JHH'AN COCTtj:
MAKRV; 8 A. M. WKDH4NG
Miss Maria Onlonez and Trinidad
Onlonri were ninrrleij this morning
at H o'clock at-the Calholfe Church
by Hev. Fallier Van (lolhani. Uolh
Mr. and Mr. Ordonez are opular
member In the younger set of the
local Mexican colony. Tills earning
at 8 p. m. at the Ui National Hull
on West II roadway, n dauce un in-
vltatloTjsl uffalr will be given in
rhclr liouor, ,
- to musks ts mrrtte, msr.
. I?y Asswlatcd Press.)
BU1TE, ,Monl, April 23,-Wltb
all uvcmies to the mine patrolled
by United jtae soldier, who ar
rived here today from Fort (tcorge
Wrtoht and Camp fwis, Ituttc this
mtffiwuf was milct, with no cvi
defice of thn trouble audi aa
marked the first three ,dy of Ihe
strike inaugurated by Metal Mine
Workers' Union Soy m, Induslrlal
worker of the.worhl.
MM if J- H. TffMdrov, whieit bat
wenjttor Uw' arcator twrt f the
ttrna of UM district crft an aeaaton
at,, ttmmtu Mtot 'sMt
satttat waa ratocnad. ImrHfmr.vm
mtttma at na anted f w
to tft4, and, the caaa had
fvuaM thrtnaajh two trtosa.
MiH Mmw rf Natosi tar cmm.
Ml for the def ettee aaa! 1st hmtof
waa hetore Judae Davto b). Umy
of h Yaaaa. Ahwt fMto -wHaeaaM
were preaenl from Cot fax wiwity.
Wlrlct court hi been to se3(w
here tor toe peel two week and
near!' all the eases on that h,ct:i
have, been heard, Jutbj Ulb has
kft for his home In HatoH. atad
J"t lhr of ten Vesaa will cine
The ease of Ilia statu vcrati Jnlm
TowndroW. whtbh wm !ml t,v
Judge Leahy, waa ono of tho most
ineiy Known and Ulkrdof rosea
lat has ever been lrliil In Dili
county, Tim case wna brought here
on a charge of venue from Colfax
couniy. ana uieu" in the Oclolwr,
1010. term of ronrl. hntnm Jixli..i
Lcib. Tlie Jury lirnrlng the ease nt
huh ume rcturnea a verd et of
'guilty of mannlauahler.'. Tim rn
ah then appealed, to the tupmn.
court, and a nmv (rial wna granted
by (hat tribunal.
Tlio aweet-Harte drama of nicewl
("allfornla a nlay full of ralinn.
run, go, pep and colorful immaiiec.
At Hie Unlumbu tonight.
swm.a, tm'A'tn uisii, '
Land to U. S. a Nr CaaMr Now
IlKRKKI.F.Y. Cal- Anrll S3.- '11
me bo the farmer, and I cUn make
California feed the United StaldO
Thl is the boast of Oeorgn
Shhwa, Japanese "potato king," ni.
to bo tho btoaesl food arotkicer in
Thirty year aao tahkoa inmUi
here aa aoor a aay reaMK Today
be I a wiilltotHllMfc?, fa ari-HMii.:
coileae and ha. fourtoeK ptionns In
in pawitol home.
The aoarlng of potatoM to 7 cent
nound. InoclJio- wild n,illllni
agilation against Japane land
leasing, ha thrown the acarchiight
linen thla remarkable Utile fnrmre
His answer to tho charges thai hi
i. a monopoliH Is that he holds the
cepler by right of having coaxed
from mother earth mom anil lictfm-
"wjud" and onion per ncro lhan
any living producer, east or west.
Hlilma liwiay own in his own
nam.) WOO acres of the richest di lU
lands in tho slate. Under Ida con
iroi are lUXX) BcrM m0ri. Thl
year, if nil coca welt, ho wilt have
nearly 1,000,000 sacks of polatm1 to
Hhlma'a land and that u-liirh b
leaws on shares Li whlln frnir
under hi planllng ullrrcUona, pn
umrn bb mgn a im sacks or oiilom
to tho acre. They bring in the mar-
kct BI.S6 to i per ack.
A LIVELY .WESTERN DRAMA
LATEST HEARST NEWS M:&
k I a sa ssaaar wb ai aa sa iidsisslsbsi m;-veom,v
Aavaaa aasiaaa sy awasHai tai
Warrh by Twaawunt
MMawnw mmm mt
Will 9at Pasasta Btoa toas1hi A'stls
IV Aawcfated Pre,t
MSW YORK. Astril 3aTI Uri
railroad worker of the iimw
York dMriet today aueealMl a!U
n-clly to thfl railroad mawwem tor
rfleloralhw to duti' ami ttoi aoltbv
nuut of Um U-lk u.iip m Ut
interest of Ihe imAMc"
CJC4j Mm! aVwfcNW TlMM'tcM)lt,
lily Associated Pre.i
CI.KVEINU. run,. Arti t .
Tlie immedlalii rrpt of railroad
striker ill Ulevelond iinlMa thev nr.
dered (he switchmen to return to
wnrii iy tomorrow was tlirenlenH
tiwlay to fcdural agenta.
Nanaarrs Mcmc Aamaf.
By Aaaooialed Pr.l
NKW YOMK. N. V. .Vju-M aa Tiu.
railroad manacei-s. io4v Ull- r...
Jecled the direct Wel the
striking rallntednWW to the
New York Aikicl that her' be re
stored to duty Willi Ml ioHy
ri(:iiu ami nisi ne tlribo be eeitled
"in the mddle inlerMt.'
adragit Worker Take no Aritow.
Illy AsMtrlatod Preset
f.lllUVUO. III. Anril 23. Thn
striking railroad wwkow, mecthw
mi anernoon, adjoumcd without
taking any action toward ealltog off
the Bo-eailrd "outlaw" Mrike.
hwllchmen, Ulio nrn dcnwiulhuF
an increase In 970 p'ir day, voted
to increase their ik'nisnd to. W per
day If llielr original demands wrra
noi met ny Mrauta)-:
euteUUI III II na
Physicfan vl4l be Ihsattod, to MB
whfaky w-wk immr thraa
Hient now i thrc time Mkat mm.
ttpiiitFi CiriMiMi jdjVckj(i fymitlai
KI, PAW), Texas, April 38, 'Hiat
Presldrnl taiTonta liml mCusl iiw,
mission of tlie tlnilnl Klul. anv.
emment hi pa Mexfcan troop
through this country to fotiorn w
official denied In a telegram rv
ceived tlV A. Hull K.nnlav-,il. Mm.
can rnnsul general In FJ Paso, from
The Cohimbu Dijlly Courier I IS
cents a monlli, 87 a year.
I1AW.Y H'IUTWCr' SmHHT.
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