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LONDON pttHHY, Ireland, June 24,
Mot MrllMi toot were M to
-have arrived In-thls eH today.
(heir activity hV had quieting
' -of feet oft IM ftoMiM. Two
o4er fasvo been arretL TH
(reef have tfc$ nwch rescue work
beWe attack ta aslper x) w
' Hiored ears irieunted with machine
When il was wwW Ifsi
that Sinn Kclncrs were about lo
allock a grow of house, the sot
olers removed Uio terrified women
and children In Ihe ncclluii Where
llio rMJonUta predominate.
The go supply of (he city of Urn
ihmderry ceased at 5 o'clock (hit
Many additional woiititlcil hove
reorhed dm hospitals. Tim Ixxly of
o commercial traveler, lying In I lie
streets since Tuesday, was recovered
Terror held away hern yesterday
and lout night, (he rlflo ivnd machine
pun fire sweeping the streets In tho
.fiercest firing- lo develop thus far in
'the civil war which lpm (.Ml Fri
day between (he UnlonUL and Ns
Iloipltali are (axed (o capacity in
raring for Ihoso (truck down hy the
lHillrU fired hy (ho opposing fc
.(Ions Tho men engaged In (he ae
(,,lual fighting are oxIrrmliU of the
.contending factions, and probably
simmber only a few hundred! Tliey,
alisotutcly terrorized (he el(y yesler-
day ai (hey fired vnlleya down from
bsrrlrodns, or, lasted on nxf or In
windows, ho( at everyono who
rkfiltM II Yrimi
SMr J23 1m m
Cherokee mil, vc(vrnn of (he plains
. und.ioldler in (hn war of 1813. has
'J-w?ucliratcil hi 1231 birthday at
(lie county homo here.
Cherokee Illll Is Ihe only name he
knows. In (he early days Of (he
country l fought with bow and
arraw'wlih (he aborlRlnes and even
used, that primitive wcaon, he soya
"Wlicn lie joukiii inn uiwm ih tut-.
enlisting In Ihe army when he was
is vFBM'old. He was hum June. 6,
fcVlt and wos (wlco listed In IheJ
UllllCU ElOICS CCUSUS OS llic UHi:i
nalivo of America.
Tho aged Indian recently mado a
top for himself out or (ho down of
col-lall and wears Hit proudly
when he. hobbles along the streets
occasionally with the aid of a cane
.'he Sss owned since tho Civil War.
' He (i K('tW feeble, though he still
. lia a goou piinj.
grkekm start an offensive.
SMYIINA, Asia Minor, June 21.-
Thu (ireck army has begun an of
fensive against the force of Mil
lapha Kemal I'uslia, Turkish 'Na -
tionalist leader, according to an of -
flctsl Greek, alaleinvnt. .
Ai Reel Feature
( In VY 1 TONIGHT
F v a m iMiiiiiiiiiiiiuiyiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiit
ETHEL ttAYTW tjj'
IUfAi em. M. Jusw W-.
hwMent WHssn'a ntHwinaMo fat
a third toft. WU e tared Ut an
hwfR'wIe-i I Sty, lwc-ause UWs 'wtaH
i Km of we mawm ttmm, m
oh hrtarvtew s1vmi out hr Jtouett
Mi Me, tWrd tkWuiM- secretary of
Mm U ftitod Males TreMUry-
"Ko nwl rrleitd of (He VmMm
narJe nW itomiHlion m a lioul-
bitKy." said tMiousn, who I on his
way to the Democratic ntloMl enfl.
veatioti In Ban Iratielaeo. "If ho
had now tho strength and vigor that
ho hod In IMS. his nomlfMtioti for
a third term might be considered a
protHMillHy. But his friends ktiow
lxi U not. In fiooj bcllb.
"There was not Ihe eltalilcsl col
lusion between (ho statement of the
president of Friday morning and the
withdrawal of McAdoo Friday nfler
noon." Mr. Hhouse added tlinl ho con
sidered Carter Alans, loimer secre.
lary of the treasury, and now United
H In I en senator from Virginia, and
John W. Davis, gmbansndor lo Eng.
land, as slmng prestdonllal poiilbill
llcs, cither of whom mi.h( very
likely receive (he nomination, Mr.
Hhouso heads tho Kama delegation
i ton Franrlsoo.
Sautir RtMl Nat t
Crtest, Says Hiisttf
BAN FHAiNCISCO, (ill, Juno 21.
Ilio Democratic National Committee.
uhlch meets in San Francisco to
morrow, will lake up the temporary
roll of llio IVmocrallc national con
vention and dispose of other prelimi
narles. Tho cominllleo thus far has
only one contest officially before H,
thai from Georgia, where (wo sets
tf delegates were elected. Notional
Committeeman Ship Is also Involved
in (he (leorgla contest.
According to Executive Brerrlary
llollitter of Ihe national committee,
no contest has been flel by 'Sonalnr
Heed of Mlstoiirl fur a I'sl-na tho
door (if lha fonveHlloiC "Senator
Heed was ivjecletl liy the Missouri
state convention and the fifth Mis
souri .district did not fill his plure,
II Is said James K. Ilradthaw, an
nlleniale, will Imi recoimm'iided for
Him yarancy. Whether Senator lleeil
wilt apjiear Itefonf (he conimltlee to
morrow was unknown today.
In the matter of stales where
morn than" Ihe lawful number of
delegates were chosen, It Is said
lha national committee probably
would seal all lliote sent tn San
I-'ranriseo. giving llivni fractional
votes. Theso, Include. Arizona and
For the first lime In the history
of political conventions (he Panama
Canal Zono Is expected to be reprc
scnled by delegates. Democrats, of
(bo Cunal Zone elected (wo delegates
dud two allersalss and their names
have iM-en placed on Ihe temporary
FAVNK'.WW.I. C41 TQ AlSKA
(Uy Assoclald Press.
WA81IINOTON, D. C June
Secrclaries Daniels and I'ayne will
I'go to Alaska next month In study
1 conditions relating (o their depart
leimly Sheriff Jack. Hmttr. mm-
uly sheriff, is his prcsntl lHt mi
l m ailRilttcd by good Deiimigigie
Ihera Is no necessity for two wssjaVt
Md It U the Intention U dfottfiita
word "deputy along in NovemsSe--kul
thai has nbthlng In do wllhlth-ln
tory, I .
Well, as staled some time iMSSiki
the Dally Courier, Jack 8tycrf,iM
having lis own trouble ealhtfl'Mt
elusive horselliief. He has got hfiw;
and when Til memoirs ire written
Hill particular story probably 1
bi Included. " f
'SHm' 'Munraii Hli Name. 4
The allesed horarlhlrf U "Htio?'
Duncan, and his name does nol'bl-lfti
htm, beeoiHe ho Is so slim ho can't
even make a shadow and It Is'5 not
to bo expected that he could Mo sliid-
uwcii niiru ni7 enn i even make uur.
It Was a alem chase, aild (he word
stem" Is not used advisedly- a!
lliotmli II should he, for Jack Kmye
and hU associate were Ixdilnd him
all llio lima until the finish, i 4
Slim Duncan stole a noiiti of imilrn
from Handier Tutlte, who llvj Tn
(ho Hurro mountains. '
John E. Casey, who used (o makcua
living catching horsclhlcvef, struck
(he trail first. Casey, you know,
ought o know. Is Ihe sheriff
Grant county, and he has a kindly
regard for sheriffs In general thai'
Ihe reason ho wished this particular
job on Smyer. knowing Smyers
would soon ho a sheriff.
Had to Mate Mmpson.
Anyway, Cavy called for Smyer.
and as thu cciil grew stronger Ihe
Iwo wanted a trio and requisitioned
Hay Grayson, They probably wanted
Grayson, because onn of Grayson'
relatives is a well-known noVelist
and novelists as a matter of work
and .climaxes always catch' 111'
Irlo wasn't enough, so Ihey.used
Sheriff 8lmpiin. And 11 wasn( such
a bad Idea, cither, " Simpson) haj.
Ujorte' hlitory In this rounly iAa
catcher of cvlldoe'ni and wunl lo
Lrep II up till the last day tHfort'
Smyer gets his office.
Sheriff Simpson had an Inkling
SHm would he us slippery a Villa,
sr he recommended Sheriff Frank
Hojorquez of Sierra county, because
ho readied Unit even the elusive
Slim would have a chance ognliul
sheriff with a name so unpro
nounceable as Ilojonitiex's.
Even this bunch of sheriff was
not sufficient, because before Ihey
cuuglil Slim (hy had enlisted (lie
services of the sheriffs of Lincoln,
Chaves, Otero and Eddy counties,
Slim Mad No Chance,
Poor Slim had no chance. Ho was
trailed through seven counties and
'tlecn townships. The trail led across
seven counties and involved unuuial
hardships in (ha way of overland
(ravel by automobile and on horso
back, during which three mountain
ranges were crossed, (he Florida.
Ihe Sail Andreas and Ihe $icra
The pursuK of Duncan began June
10 II firs( was taken up by Sheriff
John K. Casey. After trailing Duncan
for several day acros Oront, l.una
and Sierra counties, Sheriff Caney
had tn return to Sliver City, ami the
chase wna continued by Deputy
Grayson and Smyerii. They (railed
Duncan from place In place, bill
never were able lo overtake him
until Saturday, when Ihey caught
him In Eddy county, which Is his
Duncan, who has been living in
(he Hurro mountulps, has been ar
rested before on charges of olh'gcd
horse stealing. However, ho wot
Nuhsequcnlly relented for lack of
Deputy Sheriff Smyer and Ih
crowd made good, bill what a time
Silt Like tos Fnimn
Ii Swmi fir 59 Years
BAl,T LAKE CITY, June 3(r-Itu.j
ben SImjson, u mendier of (liu salt
IjiIiu Oily flro department Tor titfj
)cam, has leen retired on half pay,
which amounts (o ftftSO per monlh,
Simpson, known lo oldlime Knll
Lake residents as "Undo fleulM-n,"
( 7d year old arid Joined tho local
ftit'o March -t, 1871. He has seen
continuous servleo Since and was
engineer on lha first at cum engine j
acquired by tho department.
Daiiy Courier, 75 cents per month,
A enmiwHlPAof tlliien met wllh
Major French, Captain Ned Illalr and
Alhtelle Officer While at (ho Offl-
era' Club (his morning and dis
cussed Ihe proper observation of
lha Fourth of July for this city and
It wai decided lo have a parade.
brief patriotic addrets, athletic ron-
lesU for pfltes, two basrball aamT,
band concert In (he, evening. fol
hued by speechmaklng at a grand
land to be creeled at Uroadway and
Captain fyed Illalr and Lieutenant
While Will meet With V. It. Sproal
ami II. O, Tracy for Ihe purpose of
completing Ihe detail, and as wmiii
as Ihey havo flnihed their work Ihe
tomplele plan will 1m given In Urn
lublie Ihrongb Ihe column of (he
Attorney W. It. Spnml is down for
one of Hip speeches and an Army
man will also h beard,
I'rlies will l offered by Hie patri
otic merrhant for various contents.
Decorated automobile will bn in
Ihe parade and Ihe best decorated
will receive a prlie.
Watch tlm Dally Courier for fur
Ssiiti fw Villi McAtfto
DAI.U8, Texas, June 21,-IVelar-
log Ihelr Intention lo east Texas' 40
ides on Ihe first liallol for William
G. Mi Ailoo for llio presidential noml
nation, tho Texas delegates to lha
convention havo left hero for San
Francisco. Tho parly, which in
cludes six women delegates, Is trav
-ling by special train,
I'UKItU). ('.lo, June 21. The
fli"mt'pf'Vllliamilbbs McAdoo will
ilerinllely Ive placed In nomination
U-fore the Democralic national coir
Million nt San Francisco, Tills was
announced by llurrl Jenkins of
Kansas Ctly, who arrived here on
Hie "hnmidng" special.
"We havo deeldH to place McAdoo
hi nomination without his consent.
ho said. "We shall draft him. He
Is physically in fine rondlton and
can not refuse Ihe nomination.'
Telegrams In Jenkins urging that
McAdoo' name be placed before the
convention continued In Mur in.
Ono of Ihe telegrams received wvis
from Eugene Honntwell of Phlladel
phis, declaring half of Ihe Pennsyl
vauln delegation would suport the
former secretory of (he (reasury
CuAtWiS if Mcxkm
RaKwfiys Art DqMrte
Illy Associated Press.
MEXICO CITY, June 21. Twisted
I alls, decayed crofslles and wornout
lolling .stock products of a decade
of revolution militate aaalnfl Ihe
eflclency of Mexico railroads. No
greater problem of recoiislnicliou
face Ihe country than the rcliabill
iniiou or ner railway lines.
The average speed of a Mexican
possenger train is no miles an hour.
from Jaurrz lo Mexico City a ills,
lance of 1235 miles, one has to travel
IS hours running lime, exclusive of
lengthy stop at Chihuahua City and
Terreon. The shorter Irip to Mex
ico Cily from Nuevo J.redn, oppiv
igo (jiredo, Texas, requires 10 hour
' Hand It in all parts of the country
havo wrought havoo Willi Iho ua
Hon' railway system. Even today
line van' see ruins of trains that
vvcro bupied down hy outlaws years
ago, The roadbeds likewise hate
iUtfercd. Derailments are frequent,
helng due to Iho lmproter repairing
nl (racks damaged by marauders.
Tha higher Iho
larger Iho fig'
lire lo Iho left.
All records were
whoa at 2 p. m,
Willi a stiff herein blowing, ilia Iher
nometer registered ONE HUNDRED
AND BKVEN DEGREES. There was
nv low lemneralure. Even the beat
funi the Iherniofuelcr wso In wave
leU, Whether Ihe JntlrumHit ilsolf
Will mill out U a question.
CHfCAUO, June MMi-
ton Lewi, former United Syttes
ator for Illinois and c and Male for
(ho Democtallc vice lireiWenllal
nomination, hmiouiiccd (lie platform
he will urge "in toy own behalf, as
Well as upon (he convention for the
democracy. Ho left June 21 for
'AI Ban Francisco we must do
things for our people al home," lie
said. "If (he democracy will not do
things ofr (lie people, the ieopl
will da things lo democracy."
If President Wilson In a recent
Interview meant to say "that the
league qf nation was lo lo the
supreme awl aotit lutue," Lewis ald
he could not agree with him. "It Is
only ono of the great Issue.
The Icairue of nations and iieace
I truly should not be treated a
sacred documents, but a subject lo
such amendment as Hie ueed of
our country and Justice to Ihe vic
torious and defeated people de
Itcwis' platform declared in favor
of Ihe government taking the rail
ways, waterways, telegraph line, nil
ami coal land from private mono
poly and assuming control for tho
lieople, leaving the method of opera
tion by private or public agency as
the conditions of each concern may
Oilier planks demand announce
ment of "the new doctrine of an
American foreign f ol icy; that every
American In any laud carries Ilia
protection of his whole country to
his life or his property, wherever
located; Unit "we should express
sympathy In behalf of any asprlng
republic, giving Ireland the fullest
aid our Institutions permit," that
'we must provide that complaints
of high prices should havo a hear
ing before a tribunal, wllh power
to declare a fair price, then punish
as criminals thoso who vlolato the
ilrcUlon.of the fslr prlco."
In asserting thai the league of
cation ran nol he Iho only Issue
hi the coming campaign. Iwli said
W nW 6wo something at liana;
We must proitosn measure for the
Hef of the Unllod 51810."
Only PaM Fnmm i
the Town Is KHM
Illy Associated Press.)
TELLUHIDE, Colorado, June 2L-I
Leo Long, Hits city's only paid fire
man, was killed today when a fire
engine learn ran away while answer,
ing an alarm at (he Hniugglcrl'nion
mine and flotation mill and oilier
properly. Property valued at 3lto,
ooo was destroyed.
I'HESIDENT WILL NOT
Illy Associated Press.!
WASHINGTON, D. C, June
2I HeporU emanating from
San FruneUeo lo Ihe effect
that lYiiddrnl WIInoii would
f mlilrews the Demot-ratlo nation-
4 at convention, which opnu In
Kiln FrunrlM-n Monday, were U- 4
day denied ut tho While Mouse.
nd WiHiam Dctmoftd
A Gamble in Souls
TWMIA8 M. MGK
A TRI ANGLEafLY
tHy Assoc laUd. PrttJ
SANTA KB, N. M, June 21 If a
rrrnmmendaUoH nmU) jby Ihe Tax
payers AMoeiallon of New Mexico
ft favorably acted upon hy lite next.
rCMlon of the -State LchtMuro'iMtd
n constllutlonat ameisilsaenl ,falk
fled by thg people; thU sjote wIM be,
the first in the Untou to redueo Its
elective slate officers lo a governor
and lieutenant governor.
Al a meeting of (be association In
October, 1010, II was recommended
that Iho number of rlecilvo officers
be reduced lo prevent duplication
ol work provide fotr greotie rffi
clrncy and reduce statn expendi
tures. Under (he plan proMised tho
governor would "nominate tmd by
and wltli Hie advice and consent of
the Senate appoint all other st-alo
i-xecutlve and administrative 6ff1-
cer create! liy Ihe consllluli'on or
laws of the alale of New Mexico, In
cluding those hereafter lo be cre
ated, and all such officer shall hold
their respective office durlmc tho
pleasure of Ihe governor."
kt MfcUi st I. S.
(Ily Associated Pre.)
NEW YORK. N. Y, June St-Four
oil companies, (en brokerage houses
end flfly Individuals wens today In
dicted by the federal frond jury
here on charges of using the mail
to defraud Investors out of million
The companies Involved ore tho
Hanger Oil Company, the W. P. Wit.
Ham Oil Company, the Oret Weet
trn Petroleum Corporation 4 the
Crown Oil CofHMy.
Some of Me brokerage Ii.ikc bod
connection kt oMr eW4. A routid.
up Is now lelfif. f4eeted wMcb
Is said lo tWelwmnwlMf K'k nation-wide
cmfvami avwhvst otte4
oil stock swindlers wIki are rreHcl
with having cleaned up inilli m of
dollars within he last fn monlh.
Is ExpcM Urn
Hy Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 84,
President Wilson today received a
reply from the lUllroad Lnbor Hoard
which is holding sessions in Chicago
promising (o expedite thu award in
the rnltnad wago controversy. Tim
message was In reply (o one sent by
tho President urging haste.
For bathing sick persons a sort uf
hammock lo be suspended In a talk
tub has been Inveuted, tho water
flowing over their shoulders and
around (hem for a long periods a
A Louisiana legislator wont all
men who are not married at lha ago
or 25 In be sent In Jail. That, at
least, would sotva tho problem of
lha h. c I. for gentlemen afflicted
wiUi lhaU.ired feeling