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Monday, June 21, 1920
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"Nothing so urate on tho nerves
or automobile ilrivi'r and passeu
gcrs as a car body that grunts with
each road bump or jolt and Inter'
nipt conversation with rasping
speaks or rattles," says E. It, Lester
of I ho EI Paso Overland Company,
local Willys-Overland dealers.
i no new Overland body con
slructioii has been ouo of Its groat
sources of popularity with tho buy
ing public. In tho construction of
this body, thick, high-grado steel Is
thrust into giant pressing mid
stamping machines and is removed
from the dies In varied and interest-
"One piece of steel has Ik-comic
the shell of a door. Another steel
plate takes the form of the lonneau,
The curved top of another steel
shell Indicates .Its purpose as tho
back of tho driver's compartment,
"bach of these pressed and
stamped forms Is assembled ami
welded together, lly this process,
tho various parts becomn a single
unit. There are no bolts to work
loose and no screws to pull out.
Thn weld hue nrocess makes the new
Overlaikfbody an all-steel, omleco
Jf.lt with not a chance of a body
speak or rallle,
Tho rest of tho construction and
upholstery is of the same quality.
Added to this is a paint jolt not
.possible with any but nil all-sloel
body. A body with wood In it would
not slaud tho extremes of bent and
steam to which this body. In Hip
painting process, subjected
"In this painting seven distinct'
operations In electric oven of -tVijjhe famous plseo punch was served
degrees heal are required. In I his
intense heat Iho enamel Is baked on,
lustrous, hard ami permanent."
Mexki to Ce-tprate With
U. S. XhmKrc Up Deserters
IHH'ULAf, Aril, June 17.Mexi
can authorities will hereafter co-oH-rate
with I nlled Slates offirials
li. Ihe apprehension of linitod Stales
Army deserter, according lo Infor
malion given out al military head
quarters hero today, following an
nouncement that four men stationed
at Camp Harry J. Jones, who had
deserted and fled into Mexico, had
been captured by Sonorn authorities
and turned over to the American
RATON. N. M, Juno 17. Mlko Oal
legos, a resident of Sugarile, was ar
rested here this week chanted with
shoplifting from Ihe Kllmurry Cloth
ing Company. During the afternoon
(tallegos entered tho store lo pur
chase some goods and "lifted" a $t'J
silk thirt, concealed 11 under his
coal and left, (he store. Tho loss
was soon discovered and the sher
iff's office notified, and in a short
limn flallego was discovered wear,
ing tho new shirt on (lid street, Ho
is now in the county jail awaiting
New Mtxkt fs WinmI ti It
SANTA FF N. M, June to. A
warning to look out for tho bubonic
plftguo has bnen Muit-liy tho slate
health department to alt Iho city
nnd-eouftfy health offlwr In Ncav
Mejilco, Aids to dlaenosi aro given
and the Instructions aro to isolate
in ral-proof premises any suspicious
:af. reporting to tho dcpartmesit
jswncdlaloly by telegraph,
m m I. F. if Immki
Uy Assoclaled IroM.l
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat, Juno 21.-
Visitors to tho Democratic national
convention will see but few remfn.
dcrs of I ho old iwnntlc day of
San Francisco, jvhen Iho red shlrled
miners swept down front tho gold
streaked reaches of tho SU-rras n!i
threw flstfuls of "pay dirt" on the
liars'or tho store counter for what
ever they wished to purchase.
They will never run across such
characters ns tin; Mile old million
airo who used to haunt the "liar
Imry Coast" resort In tho memory
of some of tho oldlltne TStdenl.
Tills Individual, who had hit a "pay
streak" rarly In tho "mother lode"
of northern California, used to order
ono particular brand of champagne.
Hie price of which he knew well
Although ho was a "rood fellow,'
he never would allow himself to be
victimised . by tho . loose, vicious
flnanreering of tie district, file
would keep tho cork from every
bollle, no matter how convivial he
might lie, and 'when the lime came
to settle up he would prodtico these
t-orks to check against his bill. If
the dun did not coincide with Ihe
evidence of the corkage lie would
not pay it
(lone Is tho roaring "roast and Its
less picturesque environs. "Untile"
Koenlg and "lloltlo" Meyers, who
used to nm noisy cock fighting os-
labllshmenls In what is now Ihe
shadow of tho Hall of Justice, have
long since passed on, and tho "Mon
tana Danco Hall," most blaring and
blatant of all the coast resorts, is
hardly a memory. Even ttio estab
lishment of the old German doctoi
who. according to some local his.
lories, used to be tho (lerman em.
peror'a personal physician. Is gone
almost from the recollection of mill.
II Is here that the denizens of the
"coast" were bathed and shorn and
set right physically after their
Jousls with John llarleycorn.
Chinatown guides still point nut
the llltlo restaurant hanging preca-
rlnusly over old Dupont street
where Frank Norrls. Mho nuthor,
went occasionally to gel a bit of
local color. Directly ahead nod
facing the. Hall of Justice is Ports
mouth Square, a cove for tho city's
human drift, where tho Vigilantes
laged many stirring scenes and the
"sandlottcrs, under .the leadership
of fiery Denn Kearney, discusesd
tho town's political issues.
Borne of Mia old wino shops, rivals
in the new world of thn coffee
houses of Addison and Steele as
gathering places of tho artists and
tho literal!, sill! cling to the Latin
quarter. Hut most of the old rnfes.
where much of the city's history
was plotted, remain in name only
ione Is Duncan Nichol s, Iho "Hank
of former days when'
over a manogany par mat was
brought around tho Horn. Tho old
Cliff House, where presidents of Ih
United Stales and other renowned
Itinerants used to enjoy tho sea food
breakfast, was burned years ago.
On Wavcrly place still may be
seen the quarters of the old Sllierln
Club, stronghold of Yeo Mee. "King
of Chinatown.'" Hen', liefore Ihe po
lice "ax parties" became a feature
of Chinatown, Ihe chanro games ol
CMm ,.- ..;mic..B.ucU" and "fan
tan" were played in the midst of a
maie of corridors, sliding panels
worked by secrrt springs and exotic
odors of opium and Chincso dishes.
Above thn gamhlliyr room wero the
alcoves where Iho beaten and bro
ken gamesters could sleep off their
debauch and could remain until
they had recouped their fortunes.
Tho black docks that lined tho
"front" from China Uasln to the
Presidio are gone and stalely berths
for ocean liners have risen in their
place. Tho dingy bars that stood
back of them, where adventurers of
all degrees were onccd ropped, drug
stupefied, through trap doors und
into waiting boats below as pari of
Iho great "shanghai" game, all have
been swept away. Tho "shanghai"
was tho system for recruiting Iho
crews of tho "lime Juicers,' tho
great deep sea barks that plied prin
cipally between San Francisco and
South American ports. They got
their name through the Tact that
for more than a decado those uudcr
English registry carried a consign
ment of llrno Julco on avcry voyago
lo combat epidemics of scurvy
among the craws, With Improved
conditions the scurvy disappeared
and tha limn Juice went back into
tho waterfront cocktails,
Tho ball cannon that made up tho
defenses of tho old Presidio may
still bo toe n In mock defenio of
Sutro Height). Nob Hill, onco tha
I homo of tho ctty'a cllto. shows a col.
I lection of jagged foundations, much
os tho great flro left It, "6oilh of
j tho slot" Iho ancient tenements huve
hivra way to smart apartments in
TJH5 COLUMBUS DAtLY COUfttKR
I heir midst standing the slowly ills
integrating ruins of I he (Mission of
Sorrows," known In Iho Spanish as
the "Mission Dolores," built in, 1770
liy the Francisco. Il is the host me
mento of Ihe romantic old San Fran
'isro thai endures.
"Sm Juan Review" Is ti
Ee a New Weekly Wcatin
FAItMINHTON. N, M Juno 17.
i'.. 8. Hailey of Axtec. a pioneer
newspaper man of San Juan county,
bus ordered a complete Job plant
and newspaper equipment, and will
open up his shop here soon. The
new paper will bo called Hut San
Juan Review, and will be a six-column,
eight-page sheet. Hailey also
has ordered n new linotype machine
and will have a modern, iqi-Uxlale
shop, Several year ago he was
owner of the Altec Index, hut sold
out hi Interests and has nnl been
in the newspaper business since.
HttilKS Suggests Chants
in State Prison System
Thomas Uughes, city commission
er, was tlieirinrlpal speaker at Iho
weeky luneheon of the Klwanis Club
yeslerdjiy. Hughes gave a very in
teresting and instructive talk on tho
present prison system of the statu,
especially In regard to prisoners Id
Ihe stale penitentiary, of which ho
was warden for n period of Iwo
years. Hughns said facilities for
taking core of (he prisoners in n
proper manner were not adequate.
He also maintained Hint sentences
should bo served in all rases. "If n
man wns sentenced to serve ten
years, il should bo ten years and
not five or six. I.lfetimers should
serve for life," said Hughe. He also
said thai better quarter should bo
provided for women prisoners.
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Oi Oiyx JtaiM Tuitltt
James Carter, a manufacturer, is
worried over the fact that his son
Vnulyne's only Interest In money Is
In spend IL Carter calls 111 Iho fam
ily lawyer, Austin Hobbs, and lays
before him his plan to discover the
young man's real mettle. Carter and
Hobbs are to leave, on n hunting
trip. Hobbs. Is to come back and
report to Van that his father hail
been killed by accident. Ho will
then produce Ihe "will," according
lo which the properly Is lo tie hold
in trust for six mojilht.
Soon after his fothrr's departure
Van happens In lie walking through
"I'eaoock Alley" of n largo hotel. A
beautiful girl In rich but in filling
dollies being annoyed by a lounge
lliard. Van drive the intruder away
mid tho girl thanks him. Sho Is
Miss Arizona Drown from Iho West
her father "l'eco" Hill Hruwii.
has brought her lo see New York
with their newly acquired wealth.
Soon Iho two are engaged.
Then comes Iho news of James
drier's "death." Van offers to re
lease Arizona from tier promise lo
marry htm, since he is now a Hior
man, but sho refuses. Together they
go out lo Inspect the houso men
tioned in the will. Van ha tin in
spiration. Ho decides to remodel It,
making it over Into nn ultra-modern
hotel. He puis a Hawaiian orchestra
in the hayloft, and. institutes soft
shaded lights and a cabaret. Also,
he charges exorbitant price. The
place Is soon filled with paying
' Edith Trentonl Is as much dis
pleased as he. Teddy thinks tho fair
Trenloni loves him for himself
alone. They decldesome(hlng musl
ho dono lo ruin Vautyno' prospects.
And the crecn will lellyou tho rel
of this remarkable story-
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Into our suits to bo all-wool and to wear good.
A suit of clothes made by us under direct supervision of
Mi Capin, who has Xi years of experience a designer, roller and
Inilor of men's clothes routs no more than ono mado by Inexperi
enced tailor. A Trial Will Couvliirq You Tluil
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
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New Laundry Man, New Machinery
mill We Aro Now In Our 1
COLUMBUS STEAM LAUNDRY
COURIER ADS ATTRACT !
MONDAY, UUNB il, iW
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tHy Associated Ytvm,,--
LOS ANOELEH, Cat, Juno HA
lawn Dial I not a hiWri;!)toofcj
like a lawn and is said hi 1U owner
to bo )cl(crlhn a )wf)- water
less, inowrrlcss, wecdcs, gOp'hur.
less lawiUlrt j. sliorJ ijccment
"lawn," painted grass green,' 'liai
iimdo Its appearance in front' of a
lis Angeles bungalow. '
Mrs. A. C. -Woodward, Inventor
nnd owner, say it aVes lime, money
and worry. She never has to water
Ih sho never has lo cut tl; it I
always dry enough to, sit on4ril It '
neeU pululing only onco a year.
Hho has circular hole cut through
Ihe lawn and In them And along (ho
edge sho has flowers planted.
"I Invented tho crinenl InwUj" sho
said, "because of trouble I had In
gelling a man to take raro of my
old grass lawn. Il cost ohly W3.' .
"You don't know what a blessing
it is." slip continued. "Do you know,
I liellevfi there would bo mtuli less
unhoppines In married life If tho
husband would uso n cement Jn.
slead of a grass lawn, and so avoid
having to come home after work
and run on,nld lawnmowcr pver tho
front jard every night."
Daily Courier, 7Gc per month.
Mark Hold Hull
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