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In an Interview with FrRhjKO
Villa last wwK the bandllw a asked
pointed questions by Gerald Bran
dnn, ft correspondent. With hi
HMial evasion ttil noncommittal
randldness, Villa, when asked why
tin attacked Columbus, replied: "I
will not talk to you about tho Co
lumbus raM lirandeit wx persist
ent ami asked tf h was not then
"responsible tft m Mid, llcn is
Villa's reply: "I will only nay this.
Wlijr should I pluck off my brow
imc of my .MOST IUjORIOUS
HKUt. If I hail earnnflt "
To the Daily Courier II seem like
a misprint of lb" Kl Pao Times and
that "thorn was Intended instead
VHXA WANTS AN IWAJtllM.
ctHiHT to nm: ma acts
Tho remarkable feature of many of
asked why he attacked Cnlumlms,
ami lift retorted:
"You arr not niv Jmltw Hut
wiHt' It) My that I am ready t't an
swer tu charge on I hi matter he
fore an Impartial court lo bo com
posed of One American, win Mexican
Diuj one Frenchman. I will stain my
ease and let President Wilson late
bin. ami If tho court decide that 1
mm a'lnilll and should pay with
my life, 1 will let a fopo tut m end
to my eww.
Aflff a ito4t vnidfBt la Drooktyn, f. V, the four pMB ar. tryteg
lo dttprmlM (Mr rHrtWji. t one atxrtlwr. Pups Vtlli! watrlvd Maa
ma Clnra MrHt C'Jwlwy, kMIc th4r ckltdnav dam ai, Wartlaa nwl
Haralil 0tun7. k atiln, atewiald tltm t tk alter. Balk
toupta klarunt oa tok I)hiiiim lHir.
ni;gnl lalaml In I He WfaWerrawnw.
"Vutit""(!alrlclli .4f;heii tho
icnlnlor't i)lMlpa4c4 miMvw, fartra
two check .witH l'rMr Marko
itamo to nay hia aainWiw wMs.
Ttip I'rlnco itlc(er tM yaung
man a crime, but htcauaa arMio'
flb. r xn W beat frfem) Ib h(
jimtli ho iIom not Itavo ttw OhmiI
ancitiil. UalirleH. ikmn and out,
Rie to Ui IkMMi, ami for tho flrat
tuio in her life, I Man meet a
youra? man of her own .social (nnJ.
l,riKe Marko corws, lift tells Do.
nala tnat if c-er ha inrt a WJHwvn
likA his ncvilnttireii i4iei, he
vrmilil marry her. DUm overhearn
this. Th artfol preont Ma liaucu
tcr lo the Prlnre, .ho tiehohl in
her the roate cim te Bi.
(Uhrielle ( MM Nrtfcefa old
friend for money, The H occur
to tlin Prinro that ho ia4iM save
Diana from her seowulretty cousin
by offering QabrfcUn a fortune to
leave Uio Mami atl never return.
Tho HearHmwesi Mcl can fiwl lit
llo cooW4ei m l'rteco Marku's
ultewtlon. KM, a fcwr iay later.
The CotiMiitH Motor Cowiaanv Is i her fatker ik M te her too
a stew coneni tM tho aty Cou-t IroaWo at ia aaful lo turn to
1Kb new nawe. The Courier today
pufelli the article of Inrorpora
lion;' and among other thing men
tioned which tho new concent Is
permitted tu do 1 tho manufacture
of aeroplanes and aeroplane equip
ment. Other raticlea or Incorpora
tion published loJay concern The
Itaxaar. a fSO.OOO affair.
I'rVHce relurH Ui Home wHh I h o
stature of the gxxWess ami his beau-
1 1 mi bride.
Oahrlello apepara at a reception
Kiven by tho Prince to Introduce
Diana to Roman society. Diana over
hears (JabriotlQ taunt Uio Prince
with having bought and paid for his
wife, just as ho had bought the
statue. Marko does not repudiate
i no cnarge. wncn uauneiie leave
Diana break the statue to pieces.
She tell her husband that she will
never forgive htm for his mercenary
baiTaln. The next day she returns
io me iianu.
Prince Marko follows, Oabrirlle,
hearing that Diana is on the island,
pursue her. Ho met the Princo
coming out of the house. Marko
leads the way to a rocky bluff
overlooking the coast, Krom her
Window Diana watches, greatly a
laieu. Tim two men fight furiously
on tho brink of the cliff. Diana
sees Oabrfelle, draw a knife and stab
Marko in his shoulder. With a last
desperate effort, the Prince flings
himself al Oabrirlle, who slips,
sta$Re and fall from the bluff
into the sea. Diana rushes, scream
in, to her husband Bite, kneel
oesiiie the unconscious Prince,
nabrielle Is dmwned. Prince
Marko i lit for days. Diana has
the old pedestal of the statue moved
In front of Marko' bed. Prince
Marko gaxe in wonder. Diana
comes slowly from the pedestal and
moves toward him. Then he real
ise thai slio is no vision, hut his
own flesh and blood wife. Ho draw
ner to hm, und feolh are happy.
-Thcr& wUt 1-4 ttrw n ufcJU ileiU
for bs 1.VM eaitHtv befit mnir
sJajm. Tke "fei(S wH is sw down !
1304 feet. The Ane4u. located'
twenty odd miles re CelusnhufJ
pear Mytidus. will start drillinc In1
day of , and 0. E. Xnlftln hi
authorily for the statement that thej
Valley Oil well wjlt he In operalloft!
within Ihi deya, under Dm manage,
ment of Harry Whitver. Mr. Kniffln
and his associates are putting in
other wells ia Texas, and prenumiog
that ali goes well In securing tho!
necessary acreage hm, Mr. Knlffia
will lie traveling eoastan-iy from
ofte field to another,
jtjjritssMti al ,)Maayay -MM saaV
saisaMvs sms as iy
JSSSW BP WHtrfr
ssssW. ss( MsMPDsi, a aeutaor sf
Retd Mim Hiacf Hve stoee
with bis dauMv Diaw, OR a
No Ntwd of
sasasssylagtss is .iratyj
mt a.iai Jjaik-
nf Utm MaM
Two mile from the ntHro4,
fotiy.flve hslle from IWshsa i
fifty miles fnmi Douglas, Arssowa,
in Cochtsn county, is located Die
Oolrt-tmlth Maid Copjier Company, a
rorpotatioa which i tiBeovertaK
ore and nbfalnlng assays on I ho
ores already In sight Which arW'
enlly will make ovcrgom cMieeel
Witlt the corporation rich,
T. 1. Forrester, rcpreseflttef Use
lomivany, wa In Columbus kwt
week ond made an agreement wi4i
John Tollas to represent the eom
pany in Columbus. Mr. Tolkss wHi
to Arizona last week to took ver
the consaasiy nsktea and has
tunsed sthwatsisr. Mr, Tutaw ssskd
Wn lllaVaMaf ljOf ftstt iSasil Muijajaual kML.
kh-o bo woaw auHH U ten MoeK
to Km frlcsMt hi Utk cits-,
John Wilson Hose, attorney, for
tho coHHuwy, and T. F, Forrester,
president, showed Mr. Tolls around
uir, workings, and Mr. xhI say
that If hi friend in Columbus
coull see this wonderful proiietiy
as he saw It he would have little
difficulty In selling all the stock
necessary. Mr. Tollas returned with
pockettful of ore samples and a
contract showing what ho thinks of
Ihi mining company, which is des
tined to Iks one of the best pro
ducer in the country.
Mr, Toll say that at a recent
meeting of the stockholders tho
aold Prince Mrnlne Company of.
fered 6eoW9 for the property and
give as hi authority K, a Kimbal.
The (Mdsmllh Maid iieoolo turned
tho oiler down and Intend lo filvo
tho publio a chance to share with
them m the big thing to come. Tho
company need money for the pur
c rinse of machinery and Intends to
start operation August IS, Mr, To
llas Went down an W fool shaft and
oyi that ho is satisfied this mine
wit) iw- c-ne of the sensation In
W, Um ussttTil have pir-
ctuwKl Um VulSSm Bakery foe.
ssswtr wW b$ K. KMhard, and
ysm are htnkr wlt
ail MM jalai Un Columbus
IMuht or M. JWsmchart ta W. H
VfsMisH at trst Nat lew! hw
M WM, fltf'ftisl.
UsuiiealSK GMtisty TkWet.
J, U. OWCeNWOOD.
P, L SMYEK.
For Coimty Treaaurer:
W. J, MCttKY,
For Couaty AsS)or:
J, T HUNTBtC
For County Clerk:
P. A, HUGHES.
The Uoldsntllh Maid Copper Com
liany share are now aUpar value
tint will he worth double the tnoney
If a'sMrt Itmo.
Mr, Tidsa state thatT. F, For.
nf li r owtss atw.wo worth or stock
and that Attorney J, W. Hose Is, an
other large owner, and thai the
money ertd from the sale et
alock N Cohiashus will he remitted
to Attorney Mm, Mns iDM. Bh
ArisosM. Tass BsaMaw of the i
tsssnr ks the west bsshssi J. C Mmsk.
mHity Useerporated imder taw
ws or I he, atata of ansdsm Mr Wv
tmm. Par vatsie of eaeh 'ahart M,
fully pand and nonassessable. Use
roH)ny owns s)ie claims hi Dm
CatesM district. The company also
glvdi 30, fio and DO days' time.
John Tollas has lived in Columlms
for four year and give a his pe
aonal reference the Columbus fttatc
Hunk. While ho admit that while
in Columbus he has been compelled
l(- uuike n living at various occupa
tion, lit real vocation t mining,
and for year he was employed In
the Tclcridge ftB Mine of Denver,
Colorado. Me U now a stockholder
ki the OoMstallh MaM Copper Com
pasty and will take a-leaauro (a ow
intf sample of ore taken trow1 this
property. If Interested call at hk
places of buclnes, tho Busy Reo
For further information regarding
the company write to the following
T,F. Fmeetcr, PreaWeM, Mtsfcw,
John WHw Moss, Attorney, 1M-
For Superintendent of Schools:
MRS. JOB WHAA TIELL.
For Probate Judgo:
H. M. OHOVE.
For County Commissioner, DltU I:
J. U L0FT13.
For County CasMtvIuloner, DiiL 2:
JAMW A. RHA.
Fwc CouiHO- CiaiDnliiiiwtcr, Pitt. 3:
WMMM V4Mf CAM Tf If.
Tho Dally Courier h m siaW tmt
jM-k'ii Mew Mastd. -
U. J. CttADftOftN.
for office, desk; a? fsssfc
Taekx lo keep 11 Is) 9aM.,
WrMhtg PeF for hsdtea awl
gentlemen; all color .
Inks all colors, and hsk
VIK WASTF. HVKKH
, invok:k FM.IW
(Hie Iirgn site.)
tArto stock Crrao laiiia, att
rotors, for ahwosl
Hie Book Skip
(The CHsrler Joh kMadassj toed.)
Isugjlaary tmt orer eonvem.
ti any day Bxt week: "Say. got
(war Yatley (HI stock tw wlet
Yej. Whei'll ymi gtofV lMnl
know; whatll you laker
OH a ,8teetrk F ferrtta hot
ft. attmi & rorweed.
Bath Tub and Jaath Heom Busv
fe at Carroll Kefweotfu,
See Carnal JfrrwDed for hwy
lMf I (fee rieetric U,
Mil NWCSS EVERT BAT
Jy. PF.tVSH)N'AI INVITATKW ht herehf ettded ,1.
lh citiaeM of Cotumimi vieR ow Jkl; Ml
adJotslflK the Hotel Clark. "
We have fceen eloeed since w (:
have rosnsvlt'tety renovated the aW,
The ColuBdn jsskerr I war
and from a sanitary iiobtl f view coastHteM are:
Miaf Uitf fb MiflaHMMP
aisa. I I aR aasajsasiaw
Kindy give us a trial ofder for
f'fcfl'feOj OltfaBOjjflftaf) aVMaBaaal . AgtvaJ tfisaalMisuAK
Fowodh-Galrralili buaber Co.
Wholesale a4 Retail Deakrs ia
it, Cement, L!ra, Plaster, Etc.
COMfOSmON ROOFING A SPECIALTY
CttaMiws Electric SImn Sbsi
W art tttOtr too busy to do your
She Repairing. Com In, 'We'll
glCeyou c QUALITY JOB.
W. A. WAKEFIELD, Proprietor
THE UNIVERSAL CJH
k Ktyr.isatsa i. PskssU Vj
ANY AtAKE OB1 OAR