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James M. Cox of Ohio, NMated as Our Next President
Hr Associated, I'rcM.l
Tun rwwcttwio, cd., July
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MHt AWnwy General A. Mitchell
fwon'r host Mlttttlrftnn from the
rosrtest I hot the mhmj hwtrw.lnn ul
ruH eoMft (! toy steflstHr Jrrint
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i H will IhiM mmMIm mm.
a lantfldAte- lor Use
Shout k k .
to islacr In n rrp
W, Roosevelt jfnl
to he th AimHA
Scleral a h.lHtle arc loton. of
nHmW the vttm HTIi)rnlM Howlnrr
hp olhlSjSjSst 11 ,!, weM.
Th .'iiyam tv'm of GoiriUnr Cut
WM (Sm way to hh nomination by
IMr firfRMrHl ballrrlim at llir Mr
Mm mhI Palmer forces In many
nsas.ni Otrtmftioul the limy scries of
Mftltt4 imd raHes, which left IlrM
McAttoo and Ihrn Cox leading.
I hi the openum of the hallolhw
FrMuy Governor Cox lirM thtnt
KliK, The tend mmiii paivd In AU
wenry Gcm-nrf Palmer, (hi the
twelfth balhil MrAiloo forjird In the
lead. Then brqnii the long period
Oil Hit! forty-sre-ond liallut llic
accession iff rawtl nf thr Palmer
fttrrnpth put Cot well nlirail, anil
uftrr that large and iutiall Mali1 ilflr
OatlniM frll Into tlir lirwrMton.
(hi llir forly-lhlrd imllnt Cavrmor
Ca got at mnjnrlty of nil votes ral
for the fltal time, ami im the forty
lowih lie Mm plunslnu Imtanl thr
rrnnlreil nii-thrih when ColorntJu
thnnynl lin voir,-ninkliin the nu'ml
iiallmi ntnlmu In nil.
TIir iiiii'iillmi Mile wpi then
maile. iiimiilinniL on the Hurt Ion nf
Shi H. AwMmi nf Kmim, lemlrr nf
live .MeAitftti ferrnt. '
WltJHKV (.O.NGKATUITI-S HW
lly AMticlalnl I'rr.
CtM.I'Hm'H. (Hilo, July Ss-Vrrftl-
' itrnt Wnmtrotv Wllwm today trh
t .miihril fiovrnioe iamrs M. (Vn
i ninsriiliilatlflii on III nomination as
' lireMiIentlnl euiiillilnte or llir Ilrinn
Thr lurxAflar rrml m rniiimn:
"llrar orrcnt my lirnrty r'oiinrnt.
julatlnui anil mnllal D'xxl "Ijlie.i"
Iiiahiiino says cox
Lily Aftioi'laletl I'itsbJ
MAHIIIV Ohio. July C-flenntor
Warrrn G. Harilinti nf Ohio. Keptili
llrau nominee for (lie pmililrnry, hi
i itiitrinrnt lieiiiril here Inlay, naht
Gcvrnior (Vi ilrwnnl the Demo
, inilltf nomliinllon, tin I lie milled the
iKlrrlluii nf Gnvrrnnr Otx uiiuhl nnl
;ehniii the Htuihllrmi t-uiiiptiluil In
COX'S I'lHST AGTUAS
to kisk HtH win:
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OAVTON. (Miln. July 0-fhnminr
IJanirM M, Ct nf (lliln tmlny ileellned
Ait injke u sliitrnienl rrinnllntf Ms
tlrlnrv until ultrr he Intil mrlnl
bttilirirailmi from the runrriilluii.
1m jiutrrnor mrliw the new nr
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A bullful,iilcamtjt!e and wlilinsieal lain which was
one or llw iiKwtnptahlU huoka.publfsheiluhK year,
lie Iravolf-d'ns aiJdloivJi?; ineL IIetwSbo'kn'ew.lio
wus sumi'tlihil? morei she gavO him ttio namo nf
Til Fnidlnr of Lien," and and irnt-nrd to kfllcvn In
him. Bee why. .
FOURTH OF JULY
RAM GAMUT OF
SOUP TO NUTS
tolunttHM my have h4 Jl1y
lime iltirlntr thn prcvloua etavcH
yrara nf,li Btlcn, lr.it Ilia Dlly
Oourloft nW W'lkwe 'ever wtNJ H
mora Hverlflrd pmrMt or mo
iiwfn Hxwotwltly nMVwH hy all Ihe
eMteMM of M1I4 Krowi cHy ami Ihn
rur iier ilnrled off wii perfect
PmHh of July weather ftrccll rig va
(HTfett inilllir)' h Major
French ami aides in hMti,' headed
hr Ihn fainou SOU Infantry ImuuI
and Mtnwcd hy gaily iWn'rated )
lomohilc? filled with millllnif facet.
Tliftfprdn r'Vrfrl Ihn btulneM
nil itf!mrB 'rfHtricta and haHed a-t
Main and rlrondway win-re many
niiuwlii? alMctlc conlenln were en
Jnyiil hy (ho invent! Ihounand pro.
Cnlmnhm Wan 4 to S.
In Ihn nfternoon there wns n hum-
dlngrr nf n hasctmtl mtinu helwccn
0 company and tho tiiiwly nrgnniicd
Coluinbiit t'Bscliall team.
Iinmeilldlely after llio ball came
llio rruwd-adjuumcd to Ihn, arena,
whern threo boxing' ImiuIi of cla
were cnnleil, At leant 2000 penple
wilneiMrd the fltihU. The nnisram
Rt Ttiunp Furlonp latlril till 6 o'clock
and nverynno went limui for Ihe eve
ning meat, only, In return at 730
n'rlnr.k In Main ami JtroaiJway.
bhnruy after 7 o-clock Uie Zllh
Infantry hand arrived anil were
waled along tho gfaniUland. The
rrmvd noon filled up all avaijuhln
ypnee nml It wa I hen I hat Mayor
J. It Illnir Introduced attorney Wol
Icr II. Hpmal. Mr. Hprnal waa In
ilewlid volcn and'dld himself proud
and llio auuienco wn protM or intn
pi a eltlten olno. HI oration wa
received with applaue.
ChnptAhi Thema Gives History.
.i.Tfef mayor then Inlnnwrft CJiap
rain 'lliomst nf Ihn SHh' Infiuilry.
The worthy chaplain outlined the
lnlnry "f Ihe IMUi liTnlry, and.
svlillo it may linvo been "old newn"
In IhiiKii who knew tint hlttnry of
('jmp 1'urloiiR milillery, It wax n
Ihrillvr lu othi'ri. An tho apMch
waa ejtemponiiiiHiiH, It I lmMisnible
to reprmluce it in mil. Ihn Dally
Courier will endeavor In piibllnlieil
II lu mil lit tin Haluiiluy issue.
After Ihe band concert and (lie
speeches the crowd separated, some
going 111 MOiino nan ror 1110 minstrel
and linnet', Othrrn In thn Onnmunlty
House where llio young folks
lanred In the music nf tho Colum-
II wns a day In ho remembered
oiul set a precedent.
Follow Inn was llio orolloii no
iplendidly delivrreil by Attorney
waller II. Hproat of the new law
linn of I'ollard & Pprnnl:
Tho Spirit or America."
Wn Imvii tinlay celebrated, in a
tmnll way, the anniversary of uur
iuilepi.'iiilence. One hundred forty
lour yearn ago. onnressed by Ihe
leal like yoke of a greedy and harsh
loimliy, ruled hy a tyrannical
ilimpnl, our fnrefalhera decided to
throw nff the yoke which was he
eotnlng more anil more oppressive
nnd Mnml or fntl on what they
Ihouglit at that limn wax tho founda
tion of liberty and which In later
i'iir,JU lime has rolled on, has tleen
k ttatrt f flw lib
n vitvivfi vi in Mf hi mwh in. wA I
Oy Associated I'rels.1
James Mlddlelon Cox wax three
limes governor of Ohioan honor
enjoyoil by only one oilier Oliloan,
nulherfont II. Hayes.
Horn on a farm, rducnled In Ihn
publiu schools, n printer's devil, a
school teacher, a newspaper re.
mrl.r. a private secretary to o-eon-KrvMiman,
owner, manager and pro
pi Ithfr of Iwo newspapers, invjnber
of I'ngress for Ihroc years nnd
Ihree times governor of his slats,
It his record lo dale.
Iliisiness success parallel his polit
ical achievements, and Ihrnugh tils
own efrorU.lUix.li.amsft n.tor.
Ilini. Mr. Iix tieeamr llio lender of
Ihn Democratic party hi Ohio in
IPI8 wln'ii lie was nwninnteil for
governor. As one who had brought
radical changes in Ihe slate ennilt
lullon, Iim look Ihe field in lis he
half. Ills Hint term as governor
was devoted chiefly lo forwarding
tho enactment of laws lo put Ihe
new constitution Into effect.
Hut Ohio evidently was not pre
pared lo assimilate all Ihe new laws,
for Cox was defeated for reelection.
Hut his nurly renominated him In
1010, and Im was reelected for a
third term In IHI8. being Ihe onlyj
IH-HHTOU III Will III Ulllll.
irrefutably prnven. And It has lieen
Willi this same (bought in mind that
this samo spirit prednminniiiK that
through Ihrsn past III years Ihese
I'niliit Hlates of America have
lolled, fought, bled nnd prospered,
until 11 1 Hits lime we aland in Ihe
uplnloii of Iim world as tho greatest
nation on this terrestrial glolie.
They Were Hark Hnjs,
This "spirit of America" haa been
manifested througliout our entire
exlsh'iice as tho one dominating fac
tor in our growth and prosperity.
During llm dark days of the trying
llevolullnnury limes, when finances
were low, food scarce ami rlotlung
aliiHwl Impoijlble Inltel for our iia
Iriots who were fighting for life's
most precious Jewel, lllierty. did
I hey, Iheso wonderful ancestor lo
which we owe our alt, hesitate In
tho treading of Hit path Of duty?
No, not they. They suffered Ihe
lorluros- of iiakcdnevs when Ihe
ground was covered wilirsnow. suf
forcd the pongs of hunger w hen Hie
food supply waa scant, sulfercd so
much Hint wo are told Hint at one
I lino - Washington hud hardly one
Ihlrd of his men who could bo called
upon fur duty. Hut Hie npirlt which
wns Imm to the breasts of these
patriots, n heritage glvm lo lliem
from I'urtlun, Quaker, Pilgrim.
Diiteh and Huguenot nhrheslry rose
to its height, nnd when commanded
by their leader, Iho Intrepid Wash
ington, tln-y Italtled Cornwall! at
Vorklowii, cnpluring Iho enliro army
and breaking tho back of Kngland'n
hopes to n victorious ending of the
war. This ran lie truly suld nr our
military and naval furees in every
war In which we have fnund It nec
essary. It was Iron In 1812, the
oeond war for Independence; In "ill.
during the dark days of the rebel
lion; during all of our Indian wars,
tho hpnnlsh-Amcrlcan Wnr and In
Hie last great struggle in. which we
wrn engaged And how easy Is it
to rind the same Spirit, wicli was
diunoiislraled during llio gloomy
days of he Itcvnltitioii and ihe spirit
which was shown hy those men to
Iho ocls and deeds nf our latest vel
oralis, llioso who look part' hi Ihe
lust groat and bloody conHicU
I'iuhlu'l I.bhiI an Army.
H was said by many win mvtt (
nf Imim y r.v
Legislation for which Governor
Cox Is best known includes a model
workmen's compensation law and a
child labor law which havo been ex
tensively copied by oilier slates.
Educators or tho country say the
Ohio school code, enacted under
Governor Cox" direction, will live as
a monument 10 his achievements.
Mr Cox was horn in Duller roim-l
iy. Dliio. tn IH70, He allemliil ills.
Irlrl school and held tits first posi
tion as n teacher or tho school in
which ho look his first lessons, lie
spent evenings and holidays hi a
prinlins nfflre. In a few years he
received his first assignment on ihe
.VciKirtorlal jtaft .it Aim CmcimtsU
After leu years Willi the-Kinpilrcr
be wrtil to Washlnutnn as a private
"iecn'lar to Congressman I'aul Knre
of Ohio. At the close nf thin nerv
ice, lie purchased Hie Dayton Dally
News, iHirriiwhig most of Hie muney
lo pay for II. Ijiler ho .purchased
Hie Hprlngfleld Dally News. He was
first elected lo Congress In luiw.
Ho recently purchased Ihn farm
near, Jacksonhurg upon which he
wns bom. and Is making II tnln 11
modern farm hnme. where he ri
liceU to live on retirement frotu
public ofrirr. He married and has
Ihe pirsentiime dial it wa impossi
ble for us lo land an army In France
under a certain iierlod of llnic rang
ing liv length frnm one yesr upwanl,
Hut what happened The regular
army of uur country ceased for Ihe
lima being (0 be an army and look
hi the- role' nf teachers, and it is
needless for me to say what wer
the results, lu less than a year's
lime wy had an army ready to do
battle nf over ,m million men In
Kurope. Hut Ihese wise men had
tailed hi lakr Into consideration Ihe
spirit or America. Hero we had an
army composed of men who had
taken up Hie profession of tearing
arms hul in the main Ihe armv was
I eoiniMisiil nf clerks, laborer and
men taken from all classes and from
all colors and creeds, and whal of
the spirit Ihey displayed For your
answer I refer you to Hie Trus
sinn Guards and thn Kaiser.
Almut n year ago I had Iho pleas
lire Of witnessing a returned regl
men! of Ihe 33th Divisiuu. triumph
nnl front Its endeavora in France,
mid while I do not suppose there
wura I IK) men in that regimeul who
wero known by lh)c!lirns of lbs
elly through which ITiey marched, I
dare ay there wns hardly a dry eye
(is those stern vlsagcd, batllo worn,
triumphant troops paused through
this lone of thousands of people.
Why was it Dial -loitering old vet
erans or Iho Civil War stood there
nnd unashamedly wiped learn from
Ihelr ryeui Why was it (hat men
and women from every walk r life
1 found themselves with tears stream.
ing oown uieir cheek, Truivlhey
were tears of Joy and of satisfaction
1,0 see pass lieforo lliem Ihe nien
who had fought and bled that llio
spirit of America might be. further
iiiferibwl on the henrU nod mem
ories of our posterity.
Ho much for (ho men who have,
worn our uniform and hrmuhl
honor lo themselves and country by
Ilieir uncelfisl) ilAvollon lo our coun
try Rid our Hag, and let 11 look
tiliou plher Ihlnp which have made
us Iho nation which wn are today.
No Luxuries for U. 8.
lu the days nf old we all know nf
Hie very few luxuries which our
(orefnthcr had and Wo havo u band.
vnuiul w I'm wm 4.)
t NEWS JFROM
DKMIN'O, N. M., Halunlay. July ,1.
.1 0. Cooper of Hie National Hank,
accompanied by Mrs tamper unit
children, will motor to Klephaul
Hullo to spend lutverot days.
Miss F.leanor Mclhmnugh relumed
Friday finn. Rilver City Normal,
where she rect'lvrd her master de
gree as teacher. Miss Kleounr and
mollier. Mm. II. McDonotmh, who
has charge of the homo service
branch of Iho lied Cross, will leave
RalllPilav foe vl.ll r..lnll. ... i
Albifipiemue, from where Ihey will
visit Los Angeles and other coasl
eltles, returning In limn for Miss
r.icanor lo resume her duties as
leacher of Hie Waterloo school.
Alilrh Misilinii she held h,sl term.
Mr and Mrs. J. K. Yauglil are
lenviliu for a hiintins nnd rinlilnir
trip otf Hie (Ilia river. They expect
lo lie away about two weeks.
nr. ami .urs. nitric IkilinilS or
Gage, accompnnled by their Inlerivit
Intr children, wen visitors In Ih'ni-
1 11 ir Kliinl-
A parly of the yiuihgrr set will
celebrate Hie Fonrlh willi a plenlr
at Todhunler'a ranch, foldmril by n
danco In Iho evenintt. Good music
has lieen provldol and a jolly lima
Is antlcipalrd at this Imspitahle
The Denting Mercantile Slnre was
closed three days this week for In--vnntory.
Mr. Calmer nf F.I Paso
recently purchased the business. II
opened Saturday ami will now b
operated on llir rash and curry i'
Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Vie
Saturday for Klephaul, :..ilu, when
rfmnr" 8M'n'1 sm
The resldenre of Mr. Kornegny mi
Nlnlli slrrel was dentroyiil by fire
Thursday morning. Hie house, n
"lie story frame structure, and most
or Its conlenls were a total loss.
Mr. nnd Mi- I Ul..r.- .n.i i..i
dren n-cenHy mnvrtl from limn out
hi i.aiop tniy. where Mr. Hilary's
duties renuire his hrine in llm I,. I.
Mrs. K. II. Irf-r anil- pIiIIiIi-mi nr
leaving tills week for an extended
visit lo Mrs. Lee's pnrrnls lu Ard
Mr. ami Mr. J. D. Tndhunler and
little Miss Margaret niient ftilunlav
hi Deming visiting fiends.
Tlie Majestic theater l eloseil for
the mmilli of July and Mr. ami Mrs.
'Vllow will enjoy .1 Inonth's reL
Mrs. A. O. Kllioll and Utile daugh-
Irr Goriii nrn m.en,llnir II...
end in Kl I'aso.
Caplaln and Mrs. J. W. Ilowland
of t',olumbus wero visllnrs In our
city Ibis week.
Several Dcinhiulloa ulll 11...
conllnl invilti.ii of th.. riidw,, nf
umuhiiiik 10 upenu me Fimrlli In
W-U-MtHltliHiliU 1 1I1I I IJ1I1I1LI Mil
gtrn IWIWIWI NWI'IW rWffrfltl
A droma of racing
and society that will
rank with the greatest
photoplays you have
HOT 60 FROM
Mfleeti hundred people crowded
the ringside Halurdny afternoon olid
were well repaid hy witnessing wi
good liouts a-l half but the half
Is another story.
The main event. Hie scream de
eereain of Hie ilsy. was fought by
.yeh.n llriggs. a comer, and Hock
bones, a goer.
Athletic Officer White, nnl waul
am lo see Hrlggs killed off in Ids
prime, pcnallied llocklmneH hy ruak
ing him stand off nnd light -clean
breaks. In other words.
It was any man's flghl Hie eiillrn
leu rounds Willi llnekhnnes the ii(r-gn-ssor.
Hut toward Ihe hW Ills
oiotresslvenets, lended more lo hold.
Ing 011. hoping hj;lhis hi gel closer
lo Hrigm' rislbliM mid eel in hi
Hrlpgs had his measure, hmvever,
and nol only lasted Ihe ten rounds
but slipped Ihe formidable lloeL
bones a number of pneknges of left
jabs and uppercuts that made Tom
Lackland grab Hrlggs' right arm uud
hold it up as Ihe winner
The band played ami rrrylwi.lr
was satisfied bill lloekbone. .
The Keml-filial lietween Jim. Itlnrk.
bum and Hale Calmll was eoneily
and fight, and how theur Iwo Wrds
did fight for two roumts. Dalioii
his last I line nut nt Fori Hlisi ami
be hail mi intention of Insiinr any of
his laurels. He tore intn Illnckhuni
and was Inrn Into -hi hack. The
fiBhl was so ' . ,inl al Ihe em
of Iwo r-.. (ihurn lefl Ihe
riiiK am' -f-nn slateil that
'"" 'msiiI In rmillnii" nit
of nol belna In condition,
sure wasn't, hid Hslw was
Taylor and ('olhmjy in Hi" nre
Ihnhiary had Iho rrmvd m. lis feel.
Ttie-cniwd was with Calloway mir
lllinilte and With 'I'lirlor lite nnl
Lrayloe4x-!iai.(li'clRrc4 'Aw winner
aner llir nsntinn l gone :ie limit
The 2Hi Inrtuiln' lnl as usual
furnished Ihe mlisle. and gtNl nmsle
ti. Haii'linnsler Green wanted In
mviiik his hatnii the oilier way when
Hlnekhuni amiouncetl he wasn't lu
HfiNNY LKONAItO KNOCKS
lly Assoclaled I'ress i
IIIATDN llAHIIAIt. Mich, July 3.
Ileimy Lroitanl, Hiihlneluht rlinm
plon nr thr world, today kuoekeil mil
Charlie White. Chiraoo rtintemter
for the IhjhlMrlahl honors n mR
nlnlli round id their Imllle here thin
the Imrder city. May all enjoy a
safe ami snue celebration.
News received by Dnunir friends
announce Hie marriage nf Miss
Thelma II vat I, one of our jiopulor
young ladles, lo Professor Stanley
Masrh, Hie marriage lullng place
during n visit In relallves in Colo
ratio, Thr happy, rouplr sjieht their
honeynifmii in Denver. Thn IkviI
wlslies nf a linsl of friends follow
lliem 011 their Journey through life.
Mrs. Anna Harknln!" ami little
daughter lledford lelt Friday for 11
visit lo reluliiis in Hanger, lexns-
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