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THE COLUMBU DAILY COUR
Kembr of TV Aaaoclatod Pre OXAimUM,
AYpJVM' 1,1m (Mr rwtr i" i-wm Co!
MAST QUCNflf Q
Hi JULY 15
w fix i.ui county SSBBBii
frm f4M feel of rating ha been
art. (tan (r the, Florida well weat
Baiiaijsj, My Ihe Iteming Mead
WkL'BM Maoaafr Clark troiors
I (Hfl rwwtfiKJPr or IBM
rary selling In 10 fonr
h will Im poured Inlo
I hit cement h
well will he hailed
ta rWHevol of llm
a so of wtr a more
Mea of Jam In
be rxM-ctnl of Uh 611
to ccounlefM whn
was Hopped .k wrris
ed. A quantity of oil
keen escaping from lh
m present, .autr. (ml
is iterator pm-IhI hv
.'s'toAfiMMint pf water present
m ink wm hoi aiiow n wry
accurate ntMfeWw Up on slblll
We Mil undtw) haste jutl nl this
rUtHi 'iJM precipitate: disastrous
cofHtespicncu. However, the odor
mwi real nil' aand In which there. I
oW; present l imwUlakahle when
ever H h oee been emrl); ami
Ihr aanlplr brought Into town from
H-cml ballings certainly ha carried
Mil welcome "ffiifir Ifl marked dr.
pec m4 make the fntwtiof (lilt
wt'H look felgMy proml.
Snmv4hvMvw VK laisjiirf
Tkn FlorMa rntXnr rcjiort llial
practically all dim Jower prlcrl
Irate around thr well hav teen
Mhl aiwl llio,RTiiera) trnilrucy on t ho
pari f present lraohoMer I In
wall for hlRliee rie. A very few
of (ho higher prlcrl leases arc atlll
ohlalnabla from tills rompany. A
mimlier of Inqtllrlc havu been re'
crlvi-il for lara blocks of leases
from illslanl point?, ami It la really
mrpruin ui (imi nir winejpreaii
U the Itilrreil belns taken in this
loral oil development, while I he
names of simin of Ihn pnfthtisera of
lease inillcatf a rmfn of iin
ties men are lakh a ttemi financial
Intercut in t-ho nwitWIHIes.
One of Hie local traofer rom
.Hie. iW.,wH ji..WltHNkl"r
vbIh In Iho Well TbllriHlay. ici Ihe
driller would ready for any,
The AiiKvtu well south of Mymlu
U iimklnit kimhI nroercM. and at
rcceiit meellngVof the ulnoklmMcr
In Irfi Angele sn-at interest was
stiowu In all phasea of it develop
ment. I'.very one who visits Iho
drilling silo mnaik on 'Ihe com-
plelenea ur equipment ami luo HUI
lies like hanillios of ilclllinit opera
Jloa by Manager Munkv A oon
'ni Ihe M fN)t mark tins been
leached bv the driller of this well
10.000 ncrrii of Iho ;o,ono set allp i
ny iraeeiionier ror me urimogi
jxiniia will be available, nod it Is
posKible r small amount of this
ocrcoi-o will be' placed oir Urn mar
ket at reasonable figure fur limbo1
' who want to get In on uch leasi" In
VValtlno Tor Forrt-st HcUlnley. ,
Jusl ojn a some very neces
sary ilelnll nt Iho tilifunija end of
Iho lino have been, clonrcil tip by
I'orrenl McKlnley. b expect to
romo to Deming to complete negotl
btlous for a rousldi-ribbl block of
.lease ill the Interest of Iho New
Wk crowd of ll men who will Im
Interested In till locality anil who
irnmio that ilrllliim on their pnu
osilion will be rommrnciNl Just as
oon a tlio preliminaries ore com
pleted. The general Blliialloit n reeanl
Ihe oil possibilities of l.uua comity
jBK --" iiiltlfctlillt till
'r A A W, JL ml. iiiiiiiiiiiimiiwiiiinMiHimiH
Screen Classics Inc
"A Man of Homr"
:J Pangarl Romance) Adventure!
Vho does hqt th'rill at the sound of
ucjt words? ' See what they mean in
this powerful drama.
The- UofcUkfifet ChMiaWr of Cam-
Incrco will trAd Ut raJar monthly
moling tMl.Msif: toctt ai Iho
Tito rU'iinr aytrlv far Mto
good of (Kiiiiius M fr Mw pxi
Mpecially of nwrchanl l Jn Iho
air. Tfca iKa Oairer l workit
ales; Mwe wMi hi afwl
tiM tawX" OiuMMa ml of entry
n retrtlft- Mnti ur saaaaw. awl
Wtw. IhM U i njltaaM tM cKr
reeWre 4fg fry Xtika
IVfe H itriL.'Imimt- taaai i r of
HaVr apkil (TmSBmmi uiiatV
mmff of mwmm m Nawareol. Tno
r'ourfli htht itialkfi, wMH In
eaiHiiiHs'ii. Ma a lakecl henrn to
maxar jaaanaaa. The real nwlK
of HjaWMlvltte, however, was In
W4slHNliH etMea In kmck with
p!h okr awl Ihn community slrii
ran rawyaiH for onn ttay at t?u
It la late bet) of IJt aWKers of
llie ChaaMtier oi Ruinmerce thai a
lamer crowd )mm hwI wIH aWfnl
One mihifewmit W tip fact that
Chef Joe AMMfM sw KMW Ckih
will serve roatl a!1 Chicken,
coinblwa-tlofi li awrf ke CreaM,
Kverylhlng is free, from wh to
nuts, and every we who hat. iho In-
trrrata of (inliHnmi al heart attould
Im there. The Chandler of Com.
merer, is taking on now lit, and Ow"
memUrs aro lioainnln! to realise
that Instead of beta an incufcii It
will prove a help- In all, even Ml thoo
who hold aloof.
fen is i BttWM
(My AKiatd Hre.
WA8HI?MTOS. D. C JitV 7e
I'roeenHwpi aklM tht (MitrM)0
niralnst issuing ,a pnxlamation ite
rlariug Hie woman viiffragt ainriid
menl to Ihe constitution of United
Stale -ratified ha been inslllutat
in the Dlslrfrt of Coldtiihla aiiprrine
court by Clinrles H. t-Vtrchlids of
new York, prejtdenl or the Aiimti
ran Omilitullooal league.
Kafrrlillds aeeks to prevent the
attorney ' geiieml enforcliiK the
Justice llailey Issued n ruling
whereby Secretary do by and At
lorney (leneral -I'aliner mint show
rn Jnlv 13 wliv
houM nol he granlnl.
Ufiy hwws of New
Illy Associated Pre.!
i:CUK, VAH& Texas. July 7- - lle-
ItorU received ien to Ihe effect
thai 112 bridge .have been burned
ill Mexico jmhiIIi of Manclova, today
gave rise lo rumor of a new revo
lution headed by Adoiro uontairs.
)i" it. WbU for it. Kelti'
Kmluce Klock t!ate.
never-.looked brlHlller. and Iho ex
iircsslon. "If wo Ret oil." ha been
changed, lo, ""When wo get oil," by
sumo of'tho most solid biislne men
of the community.
mm wwsEvaT is cox's
lly Aisoelaled t'ress.)
8AN FIlAKCtSCO. TuMay. July
0 flovemor Stewart of Montana,
Ocrieral T)'on of Tcnneveo Mid
Edward U Dohrny of California
were all pfacetl in nomination' for
Iho vice presidency by the Demo
cratic conventrou. HalnbrldKO Colby,
kecrrtary of slate, at first declined
to have hi namo used, but finally
roissenlrd to arceut If drafleil. M
I Muritork of Kausa was beta
cnNs-hlereil by many (ader.
Franklin D. Hoo-ievell, nssistajnl
kn1aryf th) iiavjrtwi,'vl!tir'ei1'lii
imminauon ror llie vie preahiency. quesiuiu is ono for decision at llie
by Timothy Ijiuslterry. formerly i NovrnuVr elections. Senator Jnlin
i-.-i)rp..nlniiv in rnninti fr,,,,,!'"! declared:
Ohio, who sat In Iho convention- asi
a delegate from the IHslHrl of Co
lumbia, nixmevelt'a noinliiHllou fruili
the District of Columbia is account
Ml 'a hit of political irategy to meet!
Iho demand of western delcgalr
for a candidate not accounted
member of Tammany Hall.
James :i ilawley or Ilolse, Idaho,
former governor of Idaho, and
James Hamilton U'wl were aln
nominated for the vice presidency
Oovernor Sinllli of New York sec
onded lloosevelt's nomination for Hie
Franklin I), lloosevell received Ihe
nomination for Iho vleo presld-mey
and will therefore bel-ome the run
Ding nmte of Uoveuior Jnmos M
Cox of Ohio, flovenior 8lewart of
Montana withdrew and i-coiided the
nomination of lloosnvelt. There was
no doubl of ltooovclt' nomiualiiin
from Ihp first.
The covention adj"umeil 3:?J. I 'a
rifle coast lime.
Mifitis xm S. F.
(lly ARsociated ' Press.)
BAN FJ1ANC18CO, Cat, July 7.
Delegates to Iho Democratic national
convention, their work done, Iho big
gathering adjourned in a hist roar
of enthusiasm for Ihe parly's stand
aril bearers, Oovernor Jame M. Cox
of Ohio and Franklin D. Hoosevelt.
assistant secretary pf 1 lie navy, of
new iprK, ara arramoung lor imm
Kvery string of departing sleeper
heading east, nnrlh and south are
loaded to capacity. Men who play
important rule In the fight -lor the
election of Ihe ticket were hurrying
away lo delayed vacation and on
aiRhUeeing lour preparatory to the
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
Franklin D, lloosevell, nominee for
vice presidency, was duo lo leave
during Iho day for Dayton, Ohio, lo
consult with Cox, where the prelim
inary plans for Iho camnalgn will U'
mapped oul. lloosevell Inh'iids to
resign from Ihe Navy Detriment at
soon a lie ran clear up his desk
Democratic leader aro elnti-d over
(he spirit of harmony marking the
last hours" of (he convention. In the
nomination of lloosevell for tho'vico
presidency by ncclauiallou following
Ihe withdrawal of'lho other candi
dates, Ihe leader taw evidence of
past iwrorrnee8 nuriert and n deter
mination to work liard for victory
h the November election.
-... . . i ,
Demrsilne two pedal actuate a
sprocket "wheel 'carried behind the
rear wheel Inslend of below the
frame of a new blcycjo for which
tiSiy m Liafttf ef H.
lily Associated Press.)
BAN FIIANCISCO. (ill, July t j
f?uiiHn ill nv iirniiiiiron inri
'Villi a caiidldato standing four
square on II platform" I the only
choice left to Mlinao Who Ix-lli-ve III
aafegiiantioc, proterllnK and pri
ervlng our Ainerieanlsm." Hcnslor
ll Irani iry. Joinuon o uaiiionua lit
day itecjared in a statement tailed
JfrlarTna llm teaaiin of iiiiIIoiik
.T1ip HriiultU-ii jmrty has do-
rlarcd iTenldent Wilson' roveilaut
failed signally (o arroinplwh II as
serted purpone and roiilnlns sllputa-
l'on hoi only intolerable to an In
,,li" "r"M'"T'''' "nm iw
nir ligilillir, liusiliilj hoii run
trovcriir among nation which It
propose lo prevent.
"While the Democratic parly re
Joe ted ever)' effort lo nimlllj or l
qualify the President' iiniiMiseil
league of nations. It lndond (lie
Prcaidenl'i altitude and took II kv
sltloii In favor of Die league of na
"The overshadowing question In
tho coming national campalf n, there-
rorr, added Iho Callfonila senator.
I whether wo hall enter the inael
strum of Kumpvan and Asiatic lll
lie and beeomo a Party to llie rvnl-
eal Imperialism of Ihe old world, or
whether America shall live iier life
In her own way. mindful always of
her obligation to humanity and
civilization, but free to act a tho
crises shall arise"
N.C. bv. Issues Cil
(lly Associated Pre.l
lULEHlH. N. , July 7.-lovenior
IllAett of North Carolina tmlay I
sueda call for a special scion of
Iho North Carolina legislature An
gul 10, when ratification of tho wi
nuui nuffrage ameiidmeiil will by
bx Says Ratify Li.
DAVTON. Ohio, July 7 -lovernor
Jame M. Cox, Democ ratio nominee
for Ihe presidency, today eJpressrd
a hi opinion It was the duty of thy
Louhdana legislature to ratify tho
woman auffraxo amendment lo llie
constitution ofjhe I'nllfd Plate,
CIHCUH "MtFjiiicTtltV IS
FATAL AVTti CMARU
l0NTI.V& Mich, July 7.- -Arllo
Alherlon, Iho "akclrlon" of vlreu
fame, known and loved by children
all over Ihe world. I dead hero a
Hi" reiull of Injuries suffered when
struck an automobile several day
ago. Alherlon, whoso real iiaino
wa Moll, was for .year with lite
llannuilA ilailey and lllngling llros.
(how. Ill wife wa Mis lllanche
laid. 7 year old. Moll' oldest child.
1 won first priio several year ago In
Btttrr, Httrt ij Mi
Illy Associated Prow.
PHIUDKM'IIIA. I'- July 7.
"Ilalie" Until, rhainpioii homo run
hitler of Hie New York American,
was sllahtly Injunil loday In an an-
lomobllo arcideul at Wawa, I'euii
sylvaula, wlien a motor ear In wtii. li
he was riding turnl ov-r while
urgollatitw a rurvn.
Watch for It Wall for II. Fein'
Furred lo lletluco Hlm-k Hale.
Hot Weather Bargains
25 Per Cct tfiHsH XefncrlHi.
25 Per Cm H m HrelcM Cm( S(mi.
9x12 Grw Rm, hM it $1S.M, wis H $H.N.
Qwku GU Seal Km, fix9, rcW J12.5, r4y
1 large Ekctrk Lany, regakr 7& t $15, ctfc.
1 BoUiTab, Cmm4c aid Latatarjr at exc wfcilmheail.
1 Galvasiieel Ires Hew, wartli $75, far $25.
0m 29-QmiH x Creaa FretMT, vrarA S2S. for Jlfi.5)
1 ly Uiv, warth m, far S47.N.
0a Steiawajr Piasa, S175.W.
WB BIT AND SELI. EVKHYTIWNU
COLUMBUS THEATER 1
Whb can Fathom the HjHHBH B
the liBiB B
The .Eternal nt(na HBflHswBBH B
It the Theme of i9iSsBBBsW9 " B
VvlH'V HsWiW HSSSSSSTBSSSSSLhBSsBSs lfi
The drama of a voinan nMHMH 8
who powaed her heart MBB!L. HMdH B
'jy.s mBShbVi 'b
Francisco Villa has alanent an mid
Istico stopping all attack ntaalnsl
train, garrison or (owns and ha
suspended nil hostllllle until July
15, according li term ho ha en
tered Into with Klla I.. Torres. Kl
I'aao architect, who reeenlly held a
conference with hlin. acronllny 'o
telegraphic niw received In Kl laso
lato Tueilay ovi-iiing from Town,
whero Torre was TAie-day, y Ihe
Kl Pk Times.
Villa also ha agreed lo surrender
under certain conditions agreed to
Itctwecii htm and Torre, iml Iheso
comiltlons mail bo approved by Pro
visional President Adolfo do In
lluerla. The exact term of Iho
surrender were nol made puhlle by
Tlio conference ln-twecn Torre
and Villa look place at a location
110 mile nor Hi west or tJaucwo,
which Is located on tho Mexico
Central 1111 road. Torre Iravelinl
six day over mountain tratl. Iraveb
ing day and nlglit, until lie rcachou
the apixilntrd place of meeting. Ho
held a even hour conference wilh
Villa at which arrangement for llm
susitensioti of all limlilili until
aflrr July 15 were agreed iimu.
MiikI He Apfirovrtl.
rill axTwmenl Iwtwei-n Villa aihl
Torre it to lie approved by l'resi.
dent do la lluerla and liciieral I',
Klla Calie. iirovlsii-nal si-eri'lary of
war: deneral Alvaft ObregiHi and
(leneral llenjamln Hill.
Acconlina; lo Ihe latest rrnrl
recrivetl Tulay evening; Torre
wa al Torreon ami wa r.tMctli'K
lo leave ImmlUtely tor Mexico
Cily rarryim, v .Hi htm Ihe Irnu
of surrrii-lcr of Villa, and also an
aulie , pli lelior from Villa, to presl.
itn thi la lluerla.
Villa ha no personal mhttkM
and wilt Hot Interfere with the civil
uovernux'iil, eillier In I'Jiihuahua or
Mexico CUy, h toW Tom-.
He reenjiniii-s I'rei'hb'iil th' ta
Continued on- ie t. CoIuahi .