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GOTA WKtTK SOMETHI.V.
Our esteemed contemporary saya
ho hasn't the aee to devoto to
quarreling atout county ' printing,
beside, lie nay, (lie publlo Isn't in
forested In It. K"n he didn't think
of that before, when he filled hi
front page with bitter raving against
llio rest or the l-una county press.
Ha he got "cold feet," cant ho
"argufy" qr has some kind friend
slhmed It ! htm that he makes such
a KHr showing that It would be just
as well to edge out ol hip scuineT
The Granhle will say that mini any
thing will liven up that somnolent
political dope edited by the national
Democratic central committee. Wo
certaiii'y exjiccted that, since the
Hrutlllttht editor had gone lo the big
convention, he would send In a few
live comments. Dut perhaps he was
ttii busy attending caueues and
Mng interviewed by prospective
candidates seeking ins powerful po-
lll.cal influence, to find the lime to
write,. as most editor would feel It
a privilege lo write, for their home
It won't affect the Graphic one
wav or another whether or not the
Headlight continue to enjoy the
privilege of tho county patronage.
The Graphic had Its little laugh
.when the Headlight trolled out the
goaf umi wasni mi very nam to
"gel ailer all
POLICE PRKVENT VMUW. IN
-PACvrxKtw ok tw: MOirr
Mollon picture producers have
long I rid to buy the screen rights
of I-oniy Scott's novels, but he has
held back until Hie Eminent Author
Company give him tho acoie to pro-
mice -partner of the Mghl, arcurd
log lo his own high standards of
slory lolling art. The result Is
pliolodrama which steps along ol a
lively pace. It Is said.
Only .'one policeman In l.eny
Seolt'r novels I a crook. Scott bo
1 1 eves the police perform a very lm
portant function In American life
and their Job Is to save human lives
by preventing men and women from
The beautiful Mary llegan daugh
ter of the so-called aristocracy of
crime, ha attracted the eye of Hrad
ley. and ho says, "She's got the
makings of the cleverest con woman
In New York, and we'll uro make
her that.'' Educated in France and
acquainted with a group of Ameri
can swindlers In Pari, she Is sailing
for New York jihen Iho picture Is
flashed on the screen. On shipyard
the young herodelectlve, Clifford,
meet Mary Began and he follows
her through the whirling night lift.'
of New York' great hotels, The
trail trails from police headquarters
lo Riverside Irrivr. to roof gardens
and gaml) li houses and the great
Is hfla love with a thief and the
cleverest ."con woman In New
York? Clifford doesn't know but
he believes in her, and so doe the
ttot ce commlMionrr.'.
Leroy Scotl Is a social dramatist
with a conscience and a clever way
orcllnchlng every situation so as to
win Iho syminlhy or hi audience
for hi choracler. You vill live
with thorn through (he unfolding of
iPnrtner of Iho JS'lglif ot the Co.
liimbiM theater tonight.
'. Douglas. Arli. July 8..
To The Columbus Dally Courier:
Dear iWf I always have; been a
reader of The Dally Courier. It Is
llkA DPlllmr n -letter from Home, in
rotanl to the Valley ojl vftJI'Miaw
an much falttf In it aa has C. J.
Ksiffln, and I hope I snail soon reaa
IheVgood new In yoyr paper. En
closed find MM for i month ub-
fi!vernmeitTSW;. Invwil baling
M I( milium tun
B 4 '
'taMtwtl Reek Sale
WW wKVmmg ml.
I By AoclM Prsas. I
MKX1G): CtTY. July 8,-Al Inter.!
vala Wo the taking over of the
government by the do facto saJmht-.
I ration, tho newspapers of the capi
tal have puWIhed report of "Pa
mas" uncovered in mo icaera-i u.
partmrnU. "Panama" la thB,chrl.
lanio journalistic term lor mnt
tion. Few of these "Pacawaa" at.!
trlbuted to Carranta officii run
finder seven figures.
Funds from Iho national rarweys
are declared lo have been uaed for
propaganda. In support or Uw cawtl
dacy of Ygnaclo Ilonlllas for the
presidency. None or the papers,
however, has mentioned who might,
have profiled from the proceeds of
the alleged frauds In retiring and
burning depreciated paper currency.
The latest "Panama." reponeu to
have Iwen dlreovered In tho treas
ury dcpartnirnt. Is estimated to In
volve, rrom o iniiim pesos up, ami
lo have resulted from an Issue of
revenue stamps in 1015.
SIN Mix. MMty fir
Illy Associate! Press. 1 .
NOUAl.ES. Arlr. July 0-New.
Ikivs hero think nothing of getting
aiou In Mexican currency Issued by
Carrania for a copy of tho regular
edition of tho evening newspaper.
They languidly settle arguments and
wager with 1 1000, bets In banknotes.
acwiooys nave ineir pocgei siuneo
with tho crisp piper money and
throw It about llko ovcr-nlght mil
lionaire. The notes are a pari of tho billion
Carranta Issued In paper money and
Pits (toksWi Hot
Haw Itiutri hulAfw't
fiy nssociated Pre(.l
WAfilllNOTON. D. &. July 0.
Witnesses of the Indorsement of
pension checks will not be required
In the future, except where pension
ers sign by mark,- according to an
announcement by the pension bu
reau. Four times' a year, the 700,000
pesloner now on the government
ndls have Iwn required to have two
IM'rsnns sign the checks as witnesses
of tho Indorsement, a proceeding
Ilia I required Hie Quarterly coiiec.
ti'm of more than six million slg.
natures. " -
Boston and Suburbs
Has 1,500,000 People
IIOSTOX. Mas. July 9. A com
pllalloir of IITJO rensus returns coV
ering what I generally known as
Greater lloiton shows the popula
tion of llotton and Its surburbs has
now reached almost exactly tOOt
000. i'nllke most of Die largest cities
f the country. Ikislon has annexed
very little of tho territory immedi
ately adjoining, and has a tntil area
of only 7JH square miles, as com
pared with 287 square mllrt In
Greater New York.
Twf Itys Rib WattriH,
km, IwA if $1,510
lly Associated Press.)
WATEIILOO, Neb. July O.-Two
well dressed Ixiys roblicd tlic Ilank
nf Waterloo hero today and escaped
in an automomte with I iw in cath,
Timm First Cad Fir
MCtlftg If LtifW If NloMS
lily Associated press.;
WABIII.NUTON. D. ti. July 0. Tho
call to bo Issued by President Wilson
for the first meeting of tho assem-
bly of the League of Nations in No-
vemlier is nuw In course of prepare
t,lon. It was said at the State Depart
It Is understood tho meeting will
lio held 'in Geneva, Switzerland, or
In ilrussels, llelglutn.
WHO. SEEK HEELRGTWN
. HAN KP.ANCISCO. CaL July 0.
Aimnuncemenl' that papers placing
him in nominal Ion to succeed him
self were being prepared was made
for United males senator James ii,
Phelan by hi secretary here. Sena
tor PJielan I a Democrat and ar.
live In antl-Japaneao circle.
PC8 CAT17.KKAN ON A
RAMPAGE IN EL PASO
EL PASO. Texas. July P. A mlnla
lure riot was pul on at' Iho Paso del
Norte a Tow nights ago by E. L.
fteyuoldti wosllhy Pecos cattleman,
Becordmgj to report lo polce head
quarters. ' IteynohU I said to havu
thrown chairs about in room ami
the eorridor. to havu broken out tho
window In hi room and then to
have thrown a chair out. Iho win.
dow Till chair narrowly mis?! m hue wwgruM enocieu legislation
hiuine a small child several floors! leduclng (axes from eight billions,
JkeJotv. according (0 Use report.
(Contlftucd from ThwtsaVay.)
A review trf. Hm record Of Ne
Democratic, twrtar durln tttd 4rm-
Islratlon of WSodrow f(m pe
tenia a chanter of. ' atieM
achievement iurp) In the Ma.
of tho rv pubMo. For fifty year be
fore (he -advent or tMa adiMttea
tion periodical convuMona Mrii' km-
pwlcd tho ImluKrM proree nf.tho
American peora wm ruea mev
mable loss i4 dMresa. My''M't-
Mtmonl of the federal rrcerve et
Ilia nlil vili-ni. ukU-U IhwJ t..Jl
wa replaced hy a new eyat em whch
inAired ronflilenre. It wn mi Ul
dlstienuble faclor in wmhHt I)m
war. and today It Is Iho hope and
Inspiration of business. Indeed, unci
viiai uanger against which tho Ametv
lean people should keep coasUtiUw
on guaru iiiv cuiniiiuiiirni una
rysicni in irusan enemies wio
slnirali-d against Its adoption and
vainly, attempted to rulain In tho
hands or speculative bankers a mo.
nowily of the currency and credit
of the nation. Already there arc
well defined Indications of an
sault uHn tho Vilal principle of
the ystrm In the event of llcpul)-
i icon euccess in tno election in
Under Domocrallc leadrrshln the
American people successfully
flnancnl their stupendous part in
Iho greatest war of all time. Tho
treasury wisely Insisted during Dm
war uiKn meeting pn adequate pg
lion or the war expenditure rrosii
current taxes and the bulk of -IN
balance, from popular loan, nd,'
during the first full fiscal year after
iteming stopped, upon meeting cur.
jrnl expenses from current receipts
iiothwllhstandlng the new and un
necessary burdens thrown upon the
ireasury ny the delay, obstruction
ami extravagance of a llepublican
The nonpartisan federal reservo
aulhorltie have boen wholly freo
of political Interference or motive;
ami. in their own limn and their
own way, have used courageously,
though cautiously, the Instruments
ai ineir disposal in prevent untitle
expansion of credit In the country.
A a result of these sound treasury
and federal reservo ol!ces, llio b
evltahle War Inflation has been hl
down to a minimum, ami llio cost
of living has herd prevented from
increasing here In proiortlon lo the
increase In oilier belligerent cimn.
trie, and In neutral counlri.. which'?' ' ",lnl "
am In rlo mnl.rl will, .,rl,IV '' our IlUi;iH adversaries.
are In dote contact with the world'
commerce and exchanges.
After a year and a half of fight
Ing In Ktirnpo, and despite another
year ami a hair or llemib Iran oli-
stniction at home. Iho credit of the
government of tho United Slates
stand unimpaired, tho federal re
servo nolo la Iho unit of value
throughout alt Ilia world and tho
United Slates Is the one great
country In tho t'orld which .main
tains a free gold market
Wo condemn tho attempt of Ihe
Ilepuhllean (Dirty to deprive Ihe
American people of their leg I mate
pride In Iho financing of tho war -
un nciiii-ti-iiiriii wiiiiuiii parallel in
un- niiuiicini imiury 01 tins or any
other country, in Ibis or any othr
war and in particular we condemn
llio pernicious allrmpl or 'ho lle
publican party to create dhcontenl
among, Iho holder of bonds of the
government of the United Stales and
lo drag our public, finance and our
banking and currency system biek
Into the arena of parly politics.
Wo condemn Ihe failure of the
present Congress lo resiond to Ihe
oft repeated demand of tho Presi
dent and Ihe secretaries of the treas
ury to revise Iho existing tax laws,
llio continuance In force In lH-aco
limes or laxo devised under pres.
sure of Imrteratlve necessity to nm
duco a revenue for war purposes is
inueicnsiriift ami can only result in
lasting Injury lo the people. Tho
Ilepuhllean Congress persistently
failed, through sheer political row.
ardice, to make a single move tit.
ward a readjustment of tax law
which It denounced lieforo the last
election and wu afraid to revise l
fore lie next-election-,
We advocate tax reform and a
searching revision of Ihe war rev.
cnuo act to lit.lieaca condition en
that llio wealth of tho nation may
not be withdrawn from productive
enterprise and diverted lo wasteful
or nonproductive expenditures.
We demand prompt action by the
, tM.iiil, fun turn mi'ir liKNilllca
lionlo m-ciire greater equity and
Justice n lax burden and Improve
ment In administration.
Claiming to tiavo efftklcd great
economies In government expendi
tures, Ihe Republicans can not show
in., reduction of one dollar in taxa
wwni CV0" W mo ,hjj probtmJ. Demand that Ihe
ra.lF??4fwrafTp,Wo'M'rMMent, from lilr place at the
Hon a a corollary of this false tire.lliireclfc.llon record of pretended
ic, in contrast, uie last uemo-
JiMiJmed U be ralsril. lo tlx bULIonn
fflT syae)l tsfff'
Romaho Mining Co.,
Tenney Williams & Co., Brokers
for the flrt year afler the aniiln
lice, mid to four billions thereafter;
Two years after armistice day n
Ilepuhllean Congress .provides for
expending llio itupendoui sum of
Affecting great paper economies
by reducing departmental estimates
or sums Which would not have heeii
spent In any event, and by reducing
format appropriation, the Itcpub.
Ilcan statement of expenditures
omits tho pregnant fact that Con
gress authorized tho use of one and
a half billion dollar in the hands
of various departpu'nu) and bu
reaus, which otherwise would have
been covered Into the Ireasury, ami
which should ho added lo Iho He-
publican lotal ofcxpcnditurrs.
Illsh Cost of Lhlng.
Tho high cost of living and tho
depreciation of bond values in tills
country aru primarily duo to war
Itself, to the necessary governmental
expenditure for th" destructive
purposes of war, to private extrava
gances, to the world shortage of ca
Hal, lo Iho Inflation of foreign cur
rency and credits, and, In largo do
grc, lo conscienceless profiteering.
The llepublican party Is respnnst.
bin for Iho falluro to restoro peiico
and peaco conditions In Kuroitc
which Is a principal cause of post
armistice JnHutlnn tho world over.
It has denied Ihe demand of Iho
President for necessary legislation
to deal with secondary i.nd local
cnusca. The sound policies pursued
by llio treasury and tho federal re
serve system have limited In tills
country, though Ifccy could mil ho-4
vent Hie Inflation which wa world
wide. Elected upon' specif le prom
ise to curtail public expenditure
and to bring Ihe cminlry Ick.to a
status of effective economy, tho Ho
ptihMcan parly J Congress wasted
Umn and energy for mure than a
year In vatn and extravagant Investi
gation, routing ihe tax ayirs great
sunt of money, while Vcvealing
nothing beyond the incapacity of
llepublican politician to copewiih
peace (able, call IhO tVmgms Inlo
extraordinary sesiion for Imperative
purposei4of readjiittinent, Ihe (in
gress when convened ieiil thirteen
month In partisan pursuit, failing
lo repeal a single war slatulo which
harassed business or In initiate a
single constructive mewure to help
business. It busied useir making n
innri, navmg not one panicio 01
substantial tultumcn In fact. It
raged against profileer and the
libjli cost of living without euacllng
irs J M'itv JatMTWMiaVlaT
' Bi Nt Envy tiw Capitalist
- SanYour Mmr ami Be One
One of tlic greatest needs of our country today
ii that more men anil women should be part
owners of our great, solid, permanent Industries.
You want your money to "work for you. .Yjou
want it to bring in the highest possible returns,
but the investment must be safe. It is most un
Wise to allow the lure of high return alone to
blind one to the possible risk of losing the prin
cipal sum invested. Roraiho Stock now selling
iat One Dollar, par value, is a good 'investment
Write or wire to our tflice if you desire more
a single statute lo make the former
afraid or doing a alnglo act to bring
the lalter within limitations.
The simplo truth Is that tho high'
rost of living ran only he remedied
by increased piodurtlon, strict gov
ernmental economy and a relentless
pursuit of those who tako advantage
of post war conditions and are tie
Inanding and receiving outrageous
We pledge Iho Democratic party
lo a imllcy of strict economy in gov
ernment oxpiMulituresand lo the en
uctmenl and riiforcemenl of such
legislation a tiny Iiq required to
bring iimfllfcrs'jbeforo Ihe bar of
(Part III, dealing wllh The Tariff.
Iludgct. Heimle Utiles, Agricultural
Interests, and Latior. and Industry,
will appear in lo;norrow' issue of
Dally Courier, 75c per month.
MADE AND DELIVERED
IN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS'
Special Sates With 10 Per Cent Off
TRUKKS, SUlf CAStS and HAND BAGS
-OutltlllCM to Mm"
IJS r JL'Kr
w Budweiser "
1 Columbus Bottling Yorks
i ijmiii.) njii-j-uii Vi ii liMiJixsruawm-i
lanwl Frtm 0. S. Prtsims
lily Associated Press.
MISSOULA, Mont, July 0,-Tho
ready mado clgarello I banned and
those who desire may smoke only
the "makin's" in Ihe national forest
near hero this year This Is (ho
ruling which the Forest Hcrvico
headquarters of District No. I, lo
cated here, has sent Out to all forrst
workers. It Is contended that Iho
long hurtling "bull" of a hianufar
lured cigarette M a marked flro
hnianl, whllo the smoke of those
w "roll Ihclr own" ore not.
Tho roller of a sectional roller
lor farming operations that has been
i instructed at the Colorado Agrirut.
lural College wrm cast from con
rrcto in.llilu melal rim.
dark Motel HulldSi