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THE COLUMBUS DAILY COURIER
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Prohibition , Suffrage, 1 rish Planks Are Democracy Winners
(Hy Associated I'rcM."
TIM: AlUHTCWIt M, NAN l'HAN
CWCO, My 'i-dl-M a. m.)-VWlli
lb tae all kt( for h hutllo lie.
iHTrn thn wetV niul (hit "dry," the
Drmocrollc national convention us
iMrd for another WMion (IiIi
monttafl and (lie inrlaln went up
wWi everything prepared for a ImU
Ttie find. skbuiUh U nr In come
m Iho "wcl" plank submitted by
Jumrx It Nucnl of Now Jtmry, on
Mhlrh the "aYy" force. Irtl by Wil
liam Jennings Kryan, planned to lay
tlmvn a brre In the ahape of a
Theft) 11 HMlfl piwprrt of hollot.
Ing on the nomination njitraiil(i lie
furr tnuHrht, anil anmr juy It wilt
be cvrn later before nclual hullnllnn
Ki km Dry DwIiritiuN
lly SSOCUltMl ITCDi.
HAN FKANOSCO, Cat, July i
Framed oftrr dn mid iiluht of
Mruwjle ullh rliishliifi IntcrrM and
opinion, thn Democratic national
tonwntlon' rcMiliitlnus rommlltrr'
ilrafl of Ilii Drmorrotlp part)' plot
form win laid brforr Ibr rouvrnllon
' FuKmrt on t.ir floor of!'
thn t-ouvcrilloii otrr the platfnnil Is
iroameo i a crruumy- irivi ayiniui.
nurrs amono ine urieoiu raaj
M-ned notice Ibry proiiawl to aeck I
to bate their plnnk rrurlltrn to In
dude n flat deelantlon for dlolo
mallo recognition of the ao-eallrd
Decidedly defeated In bit effort
to force a Irnne dry declaration Into
Hie rooimltlee'ii xlnirlmv of the
proimard platform. William Jni
uini) Hryon today nnnounrrd hi
Inteiillon of rrnrnloo tbn hattle for
ii drj' itrrlnrallon on the ronentlini
floor. Hrjun also aald he bad ktv
erul iimriiilmrnt In Ibe rnmiulttee'
plank to prewnl to the (nintntliiti.
lint lie iliil mil ilim lose uirir impuri.
Thn resolution committee' plat
form I Mlnit on pndilhlllon en
forrcment. Effort to nriMtiiee n brirf nnd
emphatic atuiemenl of prlorlplr
Just RccelOcd a Splendid Assortment of
And the Sltcllcst BUNTING ever placed
on Sale In this city.
John. pARLOR DRUG STORE
One of the Biggest
In Recent Yean
1 1 llMlittlW'WI'H'l
2 KHX0); 3 MiaiKlPLANK FOR 3r
FROM PALM AS
Word baa lieen received Mi Colitm
liU" that Juan Mrndu and another
employe of the, Falom&t Lswi nnd
Cnllln Company wore killed and
three other employes arc missing In
a haltlo Willi alleged cattle nutlrra
ncur'Janot, Mcilcn. whim lie acj'h
of llnchlln. '
Up jo (he hour of going to pros
It wan Impossible In verify the r.v
port at ucnnro rourzan. su'reaey
of tbo Palotnai Land nnd Cattle
Company, wllb offices in this cHy,
rould not ho located.
Humor boa It Ihal old grudges
were thn cause of a pitched balCe
hclweeh a .Mexican well Unc-.u In
Columbus, Munoz by name, and his
Munoz and one son, I1 la said, aro
under arrest nnd have hen clirrncil
, Willi the killings.
rre prevented by outside force.
A ivhle runpr or imujrri tva ireai
rtl In the proposed platform to ho
presented today. Included are mih-
ccl of bo rl culture, labor, Mildlcr
rrllrf nod a ncorc or other iloincjrtlr
nucntion. The preamble to tlie plat
form H tiinflnrd to n tribute to Uic
- - '
t'on'mit omooo the .vnrloat pro-
plankt lire llmur eoniaininn
,,.,.. r i....... r n,tm.
,, Up ,,
'..... ,i ,., ,,' u...i.uJ.n in
roiidrinnallnii of the Hrpubllnins In
Ihe Senate for hnvlim Inlrnxwcil
"puritan envy nnd pcrMinal lialrnt"
In the nay of world penre
I'rcMdriil Wilwn' ataod ngalnl
rritrrvallon Mdrlinrd to cut to
piece the lint provNon of Ihe
Treaty of Verwillle'' I applauded,
hut coupled ullli Ihl derlamlloii
went n sliilnnrnl urlllrti In aflrr
n iinilooiird ntntfudr, that the party
Still not oppoe nitcnnthmH moklnti
clenrer or more teclfle ohllgalloii
of Ihe United Wotea to II nnclale
In thir lrapiiR-'ot notlin),'' .ami ron
lilucd Ihe essertlon that the Presi
dent had "rcpeaiedly ilM-luml and
the ernvciftloii mm- reiitflnn the
'Continued on 'n(ie I. Column 4.)
tewli Jt fe'clmtck pfgjent "
W Tallin snd ViUjuJ Miclo 3
Sccnwto Hv Knhnix Jlctd rs:
Uiwctloaji Ted Slonitn
OF CONVENTION, j
Fourteen weslem alnle and lerr
lories, including Alaska, Itiwall afhl
. . M. i
Iho rhlllpplnc, will nolle today ill
demanding Insorlidn of a plank In
Ihe tk'iuocrollc platform calling for
moro conilrucllvii policy In deal
ing Willi protih-iiH pertillar In Ihl
West. Conccrtwl action wu deljj?
mined upon yesterday at a mcelinl
of tepresenatlves of western slaltfJ
and lerrllorlr at Ihe headquarters
ol Governor Bainurl V. Hlewarl ill
.Molilalia In Iho Hotel HI. Francis. ,
The resoliitlim In lui iiIiiiiIHimI
will not mention specific prnjerfi,
but rather will he hated on I he InT-
Iterative need of more general recog.
iiillnu of writ cm nrohlems. Till'
nvoweit purpDic of the arlloii li Hi
M-cure Iho Democrnllc parly ntedgli
of more gnnerous roieiideralloii liy
Ihe national government of those
problems which aro retarding (level-
oimenl west of IVilnrado and Wyont-
Judge Will It. King of Oregon is
chairman of the executive com
millen clionen yesterday, and hU
ronuuillno will meet lmmedlolely
following eomenllnn adjournment
IhU afternoon In draft (he prnMtsoit
lesollltlnn. Al yeslerdny's ineellna
were W W Pace of Arltnna. C A.
Harlow of California. Hcnator W. I),
lllley of Oilorado. J. It. Itothwell of
Idaho, (leorse I.. Ilamey of Mon.)
lann. riiiiiKL- ouiuut'l t. niiiK .11 uinii,
L. I.. MrCanless of Hawaii. Oorgc
II. Hrlgthy of Alaska. N. W. Wash-
ingloii of Washington, Judge Will It.
King of Oregon, Irny-K. I.alrd of
Wyoming, llarley A. Harmon of No.
viola, Arthur Kellgmnn of New Mex-
len nnd (lovernor Hauiuel V. Htvwarl
While Individual projects will not
he named in Iho resolution to ho
presented h' Ihe western slale nnd
Iftrrilnrle4 vnelnnti nf lliean iinilt-i-fii
Wre illiritssed more or lr freel.
yeslerday lining Hie ronferenci',
II is known, for instance. Hint lln
wall Is liKltllng on mure ndequale
lepresenlatlou in OmarcM. while
many of the stale feel ihe iwinltv
for derided llliernllxiillon of lund
laws. II was urged by reiiresenlu
lives present dial much injurious
It'Klnlatlon from Imie In lime Is eu
aclcil hy the nnllnnnl eoimress, ilui
lo general lark of knowMee nf nr
tual exislmg couditlous in Ihe Went
Itoaliiing that no nllenllon would be
paid lo (he Individual oice of one
stale, it was dclermlned forcefully
to calf allenllou lo the existing sit
uation by presenting Ihe combined
views of all slah-s nnd territories ih
Quib Turns Tide at
G. 0. P. Convention
Illy Assoclaled I'ress.l
f.HICAUO. Ill, July 2. -The long
hours of oratory -that mark every
national political convention mny
linn' Die tired ileleuulea nnd scctn
lorn nearly In the point of exhaus.
Hon, hut neer kill llieir sense of
humor. Occasionally n willy sen.
(euro or n quirk rejoinder has been
credited Willi having had a greater
effevl 011 the final result than ull
Ibe oratory of the picked spell
hinders. At Iho riYcnl lU'publirau gather
ing nt Chicago,, Frank II. Willis, for
mer governor of Ohio, was nominal
Ing Hcnator Warren 0. Harding for
Hie presidency. Ohio was fur down
In Ihe list. The taonu swelli-lug
persons, who crowded the big Coil
scum, had listened wilh only half
hearted Intercut lo more I ban five
hours of fervid oratory, when Willis,
rioting bis speech, said I "Well, laiya
ami girls, let's iiiutiiiiat i Harding."
Ilrphoiive lo llolrl.
Tbo friendly humor brought n
Tbo next day. when Ihe landslide
lowanl Harding began, an Ohio ad
mircr of Iho senator who had In
scribed the sentence on n lingo sheet
of cardlmard, dropped II from the
gallery. It maiio an instantaneous
I-arller In Ihe contest a negro dele,
gale from Oklahoma, appearing lie-
for the credential! commllleo al ,1
o'clock In the nioriuim to pi-cm his
rlnlm for n seal, put new life Into
(hat MMiy ami won his point liy
remark. Having lolo how Iho "Illy
while" side had held lis convention
In a hotel from which negroes wen1
barred by iho proprietor, tic Mid:
"WIi. gentlemen, in Oklahoma
I here's 'Jim OrnwUut' from Ihe hep.
houe lo Ibe holel."
In the laugh thai followed n mo
ll-iu lo seal Ibe conlottiri'l wn ear
HAS MORE INK
SPOTS FOR RIVAL
WHY fr.T HOHB AT I h wi:
fllllVT lit fit tr.lf't lu
WD.VT FIIIK HKAM.K.HT AS
"I'mvarranlrd and untruthful at
tack by the Demlng Graphic." it III
heading of an Inlerealiug artlrlo in
Ihe Headlight of last Friday Hint
flinws hnw painful mi iieralloit it
is lo be torn rudely from rich politi
cal pap. Iteally. our esleemed con.
leinKirary makes nn ordinary news
Hem the means of gelling a lol of
things "off hts chest" Hint have been
rnnkliiiR (here since Hie present edi
lor returned from Frnnce nnd re
sumed the managerial function.
This is the first time, however, he
has come out loin the open, nnd
Hints jusl when' he makes the
niorrjit showing. We welcome polite
exchanges, hut admit that "untruth
ful" Is "hard words." Certainly we
never even Intimated Hint Ihe Head
light was grafting. It looks a
though our dear ronleuiiorary had
gotten so ''mad" he Jul "inuled" oul
Into violent InverlUe without wall
ing for those lal coming hut more
snfl. suave nnd diplomatic sentences
nai turn away wmiu. , siivui "-oim-
f humor always lo-lpn.
Siy Vol I Chlldlih.
()n Ihlng is certain, the flilllKhl
"r Hlierally dislHhles lln littler
ii"s of heart among two nrAvsaiers
and n lot of prominent citizens of
I.ura county, 'flic (Irnphle Is glnd
hi 1h Ihe main targel. because it has
a really means of defenso nnd an
iinhotinih-il Joy in using II.
Kvldcnlly Iho Headlluhl assuim-
lo prove everything staled In Ihe
iirnidilc's article Is untrue. Ho mint
ho childish indeed wlo credits even
the best of liars wilh creallna such
u nicely woven tissue of clnlrnl
faleli(Mxls fev llnrs an so rin
roulemporary poluls out what
iiiIkIiI linvo Imvii more kindly re.
lemil lo as an Inaccuracy, thai "Ihe
dellnipieul lax list never amounted
to $lnon n year for printing." Wi
rould well hae accepted Ihe eorrec
Hon, since last year's list was eilinu
lallve over a perloil of seven years
ami brought, according to I lie limit
light. Ihe neat lilll sum or tICOO. II
will lie more Ibis year, wr are in
formed by a county official. Hut
what ot thai'? The fnrl remain lint
Ihe Headlight lint n pretty fut piece
if iMilillcal "Jack, and Is. ualuorlly
ore alNiul II. The (Iraplur's ImmiWs
will show Dial it hasn't done tlisi
worth of roimly iii'iiiliiig in a yenc.
for which It has us mends, wlmte
democracy Ihe Headlight boldly
questions, lo lhauk. Ihe Headlight
must he Ihe very eonce of denioc
The llindliglit "has mil alwny
been Ihe official organ, neither so
slates the (Iraphlr. except In til
"head" under nunlalloiis. thai In un
i-xperirnceil editor menus "an Ind Ml
nlln perliKl or n long lime. Ni we
haven't about that now, have we?
Sprrudliin Ihe Halle.
From Ihe Headlight we I en in
many thanks for Ihe luforinalion
hat some time In ltl7 and until
January, IUIH, Ihe Oraphic was Ihe
official organ. If memory serve
aright dial wns Hie your of mobitita
lion for war wilh Germany, and If
during thai period Ihe present cdl
lor received, dlroclly or Indirectly,
a cent from Ihe (iraphlr revenue.
he hasn I discovered II yet; In feci
he dldn'l even collect rent for bi
building. Previous to 11)12 Hie pres.
en I editor has-neither knowledge nf
Ihe Cirnphlc's iHilley nor surces-t in
political "tmnbandhug." The policies
or l lie (irnpnio tinner present man
ngrment are well eatctiloleil lo re
move tlo temptation nf political
'pllferUig." It represent the Idens
of one man and bis will to support
them regardless of party or church
nr Iniilness Interests for Hi" best
Hint Is In Demlng. I.iked by no one
especially and hated by quite n few,
Homer (.uiiiiuinui Ileal hdllor.
Thn foregoing rovers nil Ihe
charge the Oraphic can glean from
Iho screed our virtuous conleriipo
rary direct ngninst us as "unwar
ranted, and untruthful." 11 th
publlo Judge, reg&rdhfs of Iho
snualllng of superseded political fav
,i-lln. All Mm -limit" ntuiiil rllv
prinllng and the trite recilalion of
other virtuous ami wormy piittan
Ihroples of our esteemed Conlempiv
rory "ilon'l meon anylblng in our
young life." Democratic candidates
lell us thai they linve o pay for
evcrylhlng Ihey gel from the Head.
light regardless of patronage. Rome
candidates Imve evn expressed'
Ihriinelvc, as doubtful of the effl
.couimuca op. vm ootou a.,
OFPRETTY MAIDEN i
"I am afraid of smith oml do not
want to keep eninian.v with him. I
nm afraid lo lell him thai I do not
rare for htm beeauiu- be rarrtea n
gun and i of a lempi-rament which
when nroiHietl would lend In n vio
lent uding for eiiber me or Dirk
Feuvvlck, whom he has thrwileued
lo kill when he Is rleaed from con
rineiuenl al Ihe eamp. '
These were Hie fniterlng words of
Mim Thehiiii llulhe. pretty 17 ymr
old cashier In Ihe PlndiM-liodg. iilore
u short lime Iwfnre she wns shot
and killed Monday nlglil hy William
F. Hnillli. nlMi i-mpiiiyed at Ihe
store, and who aflar slaying the
girl he proresne.l to (1v- look his
own life hy firing a hullel (hrough
his heart, falling ilwd lieslde her.
The Irngeily occurred at I'lfleenth
streol and It nvuie. ay the lmp
Iivrd a Soldier.
Through Ihe aid or friends. Mis
(iulke prior In Ihe tragedy Irad hton
eorn,Mindlng with Dlek Fenwlrk, a
Milliter m the lutli InfnMlry. who
w roeoiilly mil hi eminnemenl at
lamp Harry J. Je rr an aINml
8upMMiug tsfuiih was n mod
frend ami yearning to einl muii
ni"iMigt' or affect ton to her nildier
liehlnd the bam. he nkel tha dry
goods clrk to H?t Ihe leller.
The nexl iy tlie received n reoly
from Fenwlck. who deelnred Ihe let
ler had apimrenlly been opened, ami
requesting Hint she let him know
who had mailed Ihe teller for her.
Mie replied, nrroriliiiK In a? stole
meld of a rhiiiu. Dial she had given
Ihe letter lo Smith. ,
livrr In (iiinnlhoiiM.
On the day following Ibis Hmilh
brought her a letter, which he
t'lalnied In have . rvtutked fnon a'
tririur slaluiifd aL.ihB jtamtaiiil
wlurwas nt Hint lliim "In Iho feuaul
house wilh Fenwlck.
Aeronllne lo thin Mice. "Ihe
frieiHl lold Smith h Iwd nverhimnl
roiiveoalion m Ibe wianl 'sli-aek
In which Feuwiek wu nlleniil lo
have sold that as soon ns In- wns
KlenMil he Intruded to stay Smith
Niittii. rrnin wtial can be learneiL
then lold Mis (iulke and her emu.
paniou. Mia llillle Tun-vy. thai lir
was going to ati' Fmivviek Iwforf
Fenwlck hail a cbamv to "el" him.
From t lint lime u. il is lielivod. he
nUvny carried n weapon.
MIm Oiilk. o dn hilne the lellir
from Smith, hi mid to have com
lKirl the wrHlUB wilh Hint of
Suulirs and f omul It very simllnr.
An) (ilrl Si lie tint n tc.
Ileiug al a lo to account for IhU
!raiute turn of events ami reeouiil-
ing Ihe iHH'iilinr leuileueln and I'-ni-imniment
or Smllli. MIm (iulke lie.
rnme fenrful for lief own life and
(hat of her inuirisotieil sweetheart
al Camp Harry J. Jonns.
Kiullli at various limed tiHik dif
ferent Duuglaa girls to itsnces nnd
IhoutrM. IIiiV ny malrlinenv was
tuvurlsuly Ihe chief (oplr of run.
Il is asaerled thai he lold one nt
his girl frieiMk shortly after pur
cliRcing n huugnlovv on Ninth street,
that he would marry "any girl thai
eame along. Jusl o he got n wife "
HOOT GIBSON and MILDRED WOK
Held up for the
m AL,SO A LATEST
VH.LA ACCUSED OF
HI. I'AW). Texas. July ? The
eliinlnallnti or Hie bandit Fraurisro
Villa and his forces will h one of
Iho principal nlijeets of ihe new gov
criuioait lu Mexico, according lo Vrn
vulotinl I'reslilent Adoirod- la H"
In hi slaleineuls made lo (leneral Ig
liario Knriquex, formerly rninmau
der of the defenses snelnl III I he
slate of Chihuahua, according lo
Mexico City press illpatch" re
eel veil In Juarox Thtlrtday.
(leurral lhirlipier receiilly went to
.Mexico Clly for a conference with
I'mident de la Huerln before enler
ing on his campaign for the office
or eoiislilullonnl governor of Iho
Male at the' coming elections, lln
ilifrtissed Iho Chihuahua situation
In an Interview with the president
held al Ihe Unsllc nf Chapulteper
In an Interview' grontnl lo a re
IMirter for KI Democrala. n dally of
Mexteo Clly. (ieuerul Klirlqilez iravn
details or Ids conference with Villa
at Valle de AHoode nnd nerei
Iherr was no remedy for Villa - X
He aiMerleii the military siiunlion
in the lst" or nilhiiulnni wa un
proving mnei Ihe arrival or tvn ml
JoaituMi Aimim with large renib-r -e
menU. He again said his reaou lor
rtwignliw li-oin the command or the
defeiiMs soclnles vvn that he vvuleil
In 'devote his lime In his campaign
hir Ihe governorehip.
Feilernl twow under rommnnil or
lieueral Kspfridtmi llodriguet deleat
ed a parly of Vlllistas near Najro
Monday, according In advlcc re
reived lu Juarex Thursday. Nayro
is a station "at Hie end nf Ihe shorl
branch Hue west from Concho sta
tion, on Ihe Mexican Onlrnl Hall
lwnl. Tho Vllllslaj hil four killeil.
WU1Ib9 Wijllltjui'nl wr"
KI. I'ASO. Texas, .lime .10. - Fol
lower)) of FrnnriHeo Villa, the Mexi
can Imudil. il Is alleged, ilynamlleil
fcmllllHMind iHisoeuuer train from
Cliiliuflliun Clly. Chili. Mux. near
Aruieiidarit. shortly liefore iiimiii yes
lerilay. raitured and exi-culiil n rnf
eral nfflcer, hut finally were driven
off. aceordinu In n remrt made pub
lie liHhiy by l.uis Monlivt de Oco,
consul lor Mexico liens Nllicly.rivn
passengers on Hie train osiaped lu
jury, II wns said.
M.liF.rS IX 10 HAY I'F.IUOIIS
KI. I'ASO. Texas. July 2. Out nl
Ihe eon lily hospital is a young wo
man who has haik more than tier
share ol sleeping the Inil few
inonlhs. "lleuuly sloops" and "af
Icrnoon imps" stand for naughl In
Hie life of this niuld. who does her
jlo-pllig In loll day mrlodi Her
name is Mary Kulz, Si if Hm-rne.
tvxas. lllneH following influi'iiiu
thought In be rnponsililo tnr her
long leeM. She Is recovering, how
ever, neroiillug lit reports.
Patronize home mdu-dry Spend
vour money in liluiuhusJuly I.
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