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ttt MY OFFICE
TbwMky wltcrnoon nwch e.tdtc
mcnt and enthusiasm took place- at
Ilio Ftoijta weM when (ha driller
rMfrtled l-ho ."bWcr" m4 lurro-awl-lon
of m mm. nut Mid covered dho
slus-h pool, jfohn Meed of Columbus
was -tltent, nod mya In lilt opinion
llicrti wm three gallons at Icnjl.
, Oii eowfroy aedoped (ho oil oft
Hufslusu and oiled hi ImqU.
Tho It only one moro Indication
llmt this section of the country U
nn oil field and that Die geologists
taijf Cufto "Scrips"
Bhorlly after 3 o'clock yesterday
afternon tlio Pally Courier received
a telephone: call fnftn Press Opera
tor Murphy of the Western Union
that ho had big news from Mexico
and fifteen inlnulej later tho extra
Dally Courier was on tho street
with the ncwa Dial "Villa had 'exe
cuted 300 women ramp follower
whom he had raptured from the de
facto government. It was ncwa, Vmi
will find It in llio other newspapers
today -SO hours after the Courier
published It, providing tho train t
M M Mm to
' State FMwtMrtisry
Deputy Jack Head of Hidalgo
rounly look "Hail HHP Woods to
the atatn penitentiary ut Santa Fo
today. "Bftfl Bill'; Ik a sure-enough
bail man. He was one of Ilia trio of
recent Jallbreakera. Wood l an
cx-convlct, having aervod-'terms at
Florence, Arizona, and San QtiHdln.
California, lie has n fine rhance lo
get away from Jack Head, hqwever.
as j Head has aome reputation III tit
self.' Others to go to tho .pcnllcn
lla'ry from tho Doming Jail were
Charles Kennedy and Kmil I'nrry.
the latter well known In Columbus.
PMyLA ItfAAxft iUk Tlaaaaf1 HsMUMaHllaJ KaftiiataVsB
lOmMf of Tho Associated Press
A iwHito woman arreMeH ii n tils
or4iwf cbargo appesjed before
JiulfO Cote yoslcnlay afid found 'the
Judtic Hi bad. humor,, jSlio was foetid
Sullty awl tlm judge gav her MOO
and 60 days in Jail. Tho Judgo was
out f saris Wif rft of Iho day bo
come; a ho Hid tho Dally Courier,
In rotating ,tho IneMonl, "1 forgot I
could havo given nr dsiy?."
This ttKenMM wkft' Goo wjPre
vera? Wsstartf 'milium tram the
ramltlcaltois of penalizing violators
of law to being the third party at
a wrfHw-Jbul thai Is another Item
1st Mfft stank Directors
This week (hero was a meeting of
directors of the First National Hank
of Columbus. The nonresident di
rectors mailo a thorough examina
tion of the hooka and as a result of
Iho careful audit W. C. Franklin,
cashier, and I.ee Craddock, assistant
cashier,' were warmly congratulated
at the outcome, which showed earn
ings of 13 per cent for tlm nine
months the bank has hern in exist
rnco. The directors expressed them
selves well plennil with Iho prog
ress Iho hank has iimdn as well as
Iho future prospects of Columbus
Jark Smyer. deputy slierlff. and
Deputy Hlierlff (Irayson of Grant
county arc at their wlls'.j;nd trail
ing an elusive horselhief who re
Cently appeared near Tymno and
stale two mill from a Mcxiran hoy.
Later be slon a bald-faced sorrel
with twtuwhlln Ijind feet, The two
slyjrjfa have ilfalM bin) from
Tyrone to and "'through Sierra'
count)', and on in(o Lincoln county.
They have not yet given up hope.
Ily making horitontal perforations
in their main roots' a Cuban agron
omist has sucrcislcd In Increasing
Hie growth of follago plants &0 er
cent or more.
M.tjMfll!lf, IWW MKKKXI, irVfUHDAV, JUNK it,
situation m Mwmtmm
JIt Aclaled I'ltui ,
U)KrX),V, Mtiitland, Juno lti-Con
fcrencca between I'rciuler Moyrl
CJutrfto and lremler Mllleratid of
France were arranged tlut afternoon
l.be held Bunday, preliminary to"
thq crjhfereneo at Houlogno Mom
at which France, (treat HfttSn?
Italy, Japan, llelglum and dreero
will lc. rcpresenlrd.
Orealintcrcst has lieeu manlfi-iw
In His coming rioulogne conferenMl
,ewspapers remark that the istaftl
of world affairs is more perilous
man u was two yaera ago.
The Tuklsh NntlOimllst siluntion
In Anatolia amounts, according In
several rslimates, to the outbreak
of a new war. Mitslapha Kemal
I'asha, leader nf Iho Nationalist. IS
said to completely control Anatolia,
with (he exception of a small area
held by Iho ilrltlsh.
C. C. Rtftrs EkvitMl
- to Probate Jmlft
Judge I. C llogera of Deming was
yesteiilay npimlnted Judtfo or the
probate eourt of I.una county to fill
Ily tinexplml term of Judge H. M.
iiroviw at a special meeting of the
Judge lingers Is one of the most
popular men In Deming and I.una
rmmty'and his appointmrnt reflects
credit on his somor and Ihu
British in Mia
About to b AtfKksd
Ily Aasorlalnl I'ress.
I.OMM)N, Kngland, Jtinn 111. A
Moscow wireless dispatch received
today declares Afghan troops are
ronrrnlrattng at the Indian Afghan
IStan fitMitli-r to attack the Iintish
B. M. Groves Rcsffns
as Probate Judfe
At a spcrUI meeting o( the county
commissioners at Denting yesterday
the resignation of II. M. O roves,
iudge of the probate rourl of I.una
county, was read and accepted.
Mr. proves' resignation was not a
surprise, us the judge has or Intend
ed to orate In Aritona. As a Judgi
of tho prahato court lie was accept
ablo lu all, and retires with Hie con.
fldence of Iho attorneys who prar
tlcod in Ills court arid the brneflci.
arlcs of the court's declilous.
Gen. Lejeune deceives
Promotion From Daniels
Hy Associated I'ress.)
WASHINGTON, D. O, June ID.
Tho appointment of Major Ocneral
John A. Lejeune as major general
commandant of tho Marino Corps, lo
succeed Major General XSeorge Jlar
nett. today was announced hy Sec
rotary of the Navy Daniels.
Major General Lejeune command
ed Ilia famous Hecnnd DIvMnn when
it broko the German line during
Iho Meuso-Argonne offensive
Colby Wouldn't EVm Bt
Hy Associated I'ross.
WASHINGTON. D. C. June 11).
Halnhridge liilby, sn-retary of stale,
lit a statement given nut today, said
be, was not even "a ircepllve rnndi
duto" for prrmaneul rhalrmau of
the-Democratic national lonvciition
which open its session at hau Gran
ctaco Juno 2H.
Illy Aasnolalert-I'n'ss.J .
IIOCIIKHTKH, N. Y.. June 10.
Jusllre llodenbeck today' handed
down n decision u)taiulng the
Michael Stern Clothing Company to
lis salt against lie Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America for n
permanent Injunction and tlOOO)
HKW YOHK CITY, June 10. Fred
crick Gimlxir. first vice presldcnt'or
Win (iimbet Hrolhors' Deparlment
ftore. which maintains stores lien
Willi l,n.,l,.H. , ..,v Mt.
Jwlay was arrested by Department
5i jmiifn annus on a ruargn ot
Prarilocrlnir III rlollilnir IVr.li.ilrt
iifeiliel is head nf the New York
ore or iiniiei iiroiiier.i.
ttf, J. Dowilell. genetal nierchalidiso
wfcwier for Hie. store, and C. D.
3mftl-r a flolltinw buyer for Hi
ame ririn, also were arrested on
Glliibel. Dowil.'ll and Slawlnr were
charged with making profits on
Clothing nf rrom W to 275 per rent.
Hwitcd by Rtf vlar
Triwl Cavalry Troip$
The I)frn?as Hociales. ho under
Hie eomuiand of General Ignarfo Km
rlipn-t linve Iteen waging an active
campalKii agninl Pnnrho Villa, are
being muttered out, II Is alaleil. in
order that they may till the Held,
and ieinTa Kurlipiez tin r,"ncnnl
Ills roiimifllHl. aerotitiiig Id titfietal
new reopunl Thursday In- tail
Monl.-s lc (Vh. Metlrflii ,-oiiii gmi.
elTtl ill Kl I'iimi. Genrral Pirliiei
Villi 1m- flier,-,-,!,-,! iy Oilom-I Jenu
. Almelila. I lie resignation or Gen.
bi nonipiei was mane lo lieiii-rai
lularra Mis Calles, secretary of
war and marine. The reannns n
signed by General Kurimiez tor his
resignation were thai die did not
rotislder his piirtlripaliiai lu the
campaign essential hecauv or its
surresH (tins far and also lcrnne
bo winhed to engago actively in Hie
political raiupalgu for Hie govemop
Ship for which lie Is nil active
TrooprY To Be 'Farmi-N.
A majority of the homo guard
who an- said to have aeromplislieil
more effective results ngainl Villa
than other nulls oHrnling again
lilm, tH'ratise of their iwrsoual
kniiwledno of Hie territory In which
the pursuit of the bandit Is lielng
rondurlcd, are farmers in Hie ren
Iral Chihuahua district. As Hie sea-
on lias arrived for the growlim of
eropi It was necessary dial the or
ganization lie disbanded (rniKrarily
i is order that the members he given
an opportunity lo harviMt their
The place of this unit In I In- cam
paign agiilnsl Villa is In lie taken
hy a force of Itum men under the
rommnnd of General tislcalmn Una
Jin i In, who Is en route to ClilhuUhua
Cily lo lake the field against the
liaudll. General MeilliialM-Ilia and
General Alfredo llueda OulJano also
are on Iheir way lo lake part lu Hie
drive on Villa.
He Killed Zapata.
General Guajanlo is Hie chief who
killed Zapata in his own camp and
General Mcdinahrllia and General
(Jiiijno IniIIi have operated in I lie
chihuahua mountain zone and know
well (lie territory whore Villa is
attempting to oludo Iho pursuit.
General i, O. Escobar, who has
Im'1-ii lu Juarez for the past few
days, where tic came to obtain
horses to carry on Hie campaign
against Villa, expects to leave for
chihuahua City where he will it
sumthc campaign agaiu.l Villa.
Villa Is s,ild lo lie making a ties
pcrateyrfforl to reaeh the I'alomas
mountains In order In obtain a fresh
horse'supply mid n quantity of am.
j unmil.lon, said lo have been smug
gled into Mexico from the Inllod
Hialqs. 1Funner attempt, of "Villa to
reach tho Palotnas were frutrall
by troops despatched to the north
east. hy'Ge petal Kscobar to rut Villa
off from tho mountains.
A forf o of 500 cavalry under Hie
command of General Hernahe (Ion
zah x has been sent tu pursuit of (lie
51 Sifcs lm fir
tm Zaicltary Tiykr
tlm evening I'rovosl Rergranl
McGlnly mid r0 men leave Camp
Freight Iransportatlon by nirplaiio
Is being arranged in the Kongo by
Only Dally Paper In Luna Counly
A chapler ha been lost out of (ho
(iospe). It has been gone for cen
liirlfg, but lit tho tail generation
especially Ha loss has liecn Kincrally
foncciled to bo Irrelrlvvahle. And
yet Ihat chapter meets one of (he
fundamental . needs nf human HIV,
and tho search can nuvrr end until
U has liecn rediscovered. On Hun
day, Juno 'M. Mrs. Hartott Will
preaeli on "The ,ot Chapter of tho
Gospel" This will bo her last
Sunday, Juno 27. (ho Itev. F.rnosl
Ktttter of Ohio will preach, and take
rhsfgo of the Methodist work lu
Tho Children's Day program last
Sunday was a decided suroeu. All
went smoolhly, and Iho Udiler of
Life was effwllvely built by Hie
rhlldrrii o the accomianlmetit of
song and recitation. The offering,
which goes hi Iho student loan fund
of Iho lioard of education of tho
Methodist Church, amounted to fit.
Duo' acknowledgement must he
made lo A. L. Taylor, who con
structed Iho ladder for it al nom
Catholic Church llnlleiitloii.
NonCat holies as well ns Catholic
e Invllrd In attend Hie formal
opening and dedicatory gertlrc of
Hie Church of l ie llnlv I'amllv
Fattier Sctiuler nf Hie illocese of Kl
I'aso will arrtw thin evening und
lirtxlile Kmidav morning. IVilhnr
Van Goeihen. Hie Helglau ilor m
rharge In (WlimlMls. lias worked
hard In prejiaralloii lor the event,
and it Is In lie Ii0iei Hie rnngrega-
Hon will crowd the ediriee, as this
ki an event which alwavs makes
church hutary In nlf ritios.
Chaplnhi lliomas In J'iinp.
The usual servlcel nyrniliig and
evening, at Camp Furlong will lie
conducted hy Chaplain Thomas or
Hie 211 h Infantry.
Hrv. Mr. IViirrr at KaptlsL
The llev. Mr. I'earOe will rnndiicl
senires nvmilng and evouinr at the
.llsptlsl Church tomorrow.-
m Hanfrnan Ykl
SANTA FB. NM.. June IU. Tlie
deolh warrant issmil hy the sn.
preme court of New Mexico for the
execution or K. W. lllancell has turn
received by the sheriff of Haula Fe
rounly. It ilireels tlial lllanrett Ih
hanged between Iho hours or sun
rise nnd sunset on Friday. July o.
an authorizes the Issue or SO penults
to witness Iho execution.
Dick llnlier. a veteran stierirr. lias
been commissioned by. Sheriff G. W.
Armljo to conduct Hie hanging.
Hulwr has liangcd or assllel In tho
hanging or nine men.
Malleoli's execution will be Hie
rirsl in Sanla Fe county in fifteen
years. The sraffold was eroded fil
Iho Jail yard almost a yenr ago, but
Iho appeal to the t 'tilled Slates an
premo court served to tay Hie exet
cullon. He haa been lu the pent
lanllary hero for nafo keeping uice
his trial, In tyo spring ur IUI7. Ho
was convicted of the murder or
Clyde D. Armour, Sioux City. Iowa.,
In northern Sanla Fe rounly.' in Iho
rail or 1010.
1 A aU df "
A THRILLING WKCTACLKt
BEMSS MAY HAVE
WET PUNK M
CHICAGO, III. Juno 10. -Wkr
W. Vlcks or New York, rasMfsdgtt
manager ror Governor K. f. tfhwrdit
of Now Jersey in Chicago n hi
way lo Han Francisco esterday. do.
dared in a stalrmetit that thero
would bo "not Iom than 7( dele,
gates in tlm Domocratic nalionnl
convention in favor nf a modifica
tion of the Volstead art. ienullllti
the use of light wines and leers lu
such stairs as wish In do so. with
stab' control or regulation under a
pigoral nnd liberal federal ni l
.May Amend Wrl plank.
OpiiosiHpn to Iho eighteenth
amendment i tiil today a imllhral
lsue Mr. Vick'a slalcmeulaaid, -but
the Volstead art Is open In niiicnd
menl. and has been olnttl nut hy
Governor Kdwardi and by surli a
dlillngnlslieil llepiihllcau nulhorlly
as Senator Knox of I'emnylVHiila
The VoIsIcbiI act is sn exlreuio
thai It has placed In the criminal
rlass millions of women who mako
Iho home-grown fruits into lijihl
wfffts for dome,tic tie: millions of
ranners who make and mature rider
from their own jirchards. It places
under a ban million of our rilirrns
w ho lor generations have roHardeil
light wines and lieers as much a
part or their dally food as Hie breed
iixm their I able.
"Kvil consequence have followed
the enactment or Hip. unwise ami
nndomorrolir low. Moonshlniiig has
rrown twenly.rold. It has eonm
ifirwn out or the mountains into tho
plans, and even Into the towns mid
oIIIm. Disrespect .or Hie law and
tho bribery or slate and federal
BKcnU of enforcement are every
where In overwhelming evidence lit
placo of (be harmUs light wine
and Ix-ers. wr have Hie inrreaslue
tio or Iho harmful liquor in Illicit.
"The Democratic party Is gohig; to
call nhatt on thls-nirriicit'o- tho
country from the hnn-l of a fanall
cal minnrily wha-if mtmerirai weak
ness is shown every lime lliey at
tempt a separate right. The plat
form will lm clear, fundamentally
Democratic, progressive, and I hopo
brief. II will eml)ojly one sentiment
which ought to lie taught lu every
sclioolhouse in (ho counlrv Thai Is
respect for Ibe president of Iho
RsohtteWiis 6 Tints
NKWI'OmiT. ft ! June IU. flail
fug under light breezes, the Honolulu
loday won Its sixth victory In tho
ninth of the trial races with Hie
yacht YantUcvlo determine which
of the two shall meet Iho Shamrock
In defense of America's cup.
was the highest and In
tho opinion of many rill
ns there was no lowel
temperaturo today At I
o'clock, however, tho
dingbat In Hie thermometer tcgau
p lrtezes Iho Joy of IIvIKk
I was resumed,
Two Locpmatlvr) Teh?pofio
Rl StruMrlo tin HrtsWe
Flrrnwi mill Bufhtwr ht
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