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WMOtDFOROTO SOVIENT WOULD
HEAD THE NEW
Til '' :' jjfo Joyriders "
OHICAOO, III, July II. th-nry
Ford headquarter in tio lintel Mor
rison were opened hem last nlghl
lo iroiuot sentiment In favor of
liU nominal km for the presidency
on the llilnl inrly ticknU
Clmrlfg F. Ilolfi'non of Ihe exec
utive) coinmiU) of iho Oommlltrn
of Forty-clghl, In charge of Iho Foul
headquarter, said the action was
to crystallie lh Increasing enll
inenl In ravor of Ford ai nominee
of (ho llilnl party,
Among lhoo who luiuuillately an
nounced their Intention of working
in the Inlerctt nf Ford was Hubert
I Blnnclll, prominently ronnccled
wltlr Ihn progressive campaign of
1012 and executive assistant In Wil
liam (I. 'Iledfleld during the littler
part nf hla ndmlnUtrallon nf thn De
partment Of Commerce. One dele
gate from each Mate was iinined as
a member of I tic "Ford committee
of forty-eight," wllldn the parly
Ford badges appeared fln many
ronl lapoli during the evening, and
as a substitute In sonje case for
ribbons bearing Senator LaFnllrlle'
" In Far-Off Ptru
lly Assorlalcd Press.1
LIMA, Peru, July 13. -Itevnlutlou
broken 'out in Ilolivla, according In
dispatches from La i'ai.
The government headed by Presi
dent OuCrrcra has been overthrown
and thn president and members of
his cabinet have been made prison
era. It Is reported. lUuliilaHevcdra
has assumed power and Is being up-
'ported by the army.
Newspapers say the revolution "is
n crushing defeat In the present
Chilean policy pursued' by- the Bo
llvlnn government and vindicates the
communlly of interests existing he
- wren Peru and Bolivia."
'f Cli'H i'....-
Give GernansMore Time
Illy Associated Pre.
KI'A. Belgium. July 13. The Allied
prime mimslent ut the rnnf.-reneo
with the Herman delegate here to
day decided not to insist iimn the
Cieimaus replying lo the Allied ultl
malum regarding coal deliveries at
.1 p. m. today. The lime limit has
been extended until Wednesday.
The Husslan soviet government up
In Ibis nflernoon had not replied lo
request of the Allies that an nnii
1st Ice be arranged Willi Poland,
tadislas (Irabskl, Polish preuiicr,
Is ilue to nrrlvo at Wursaw today
from Kpa, hearing nssurancM from
the Allien dial ample arms and mu
nitions will lie supplied Poland In
rain the Itursians do nol agree lo an
armlslleo on unduly delay their
Contractor In Columliiu,
. James P, Thnmns, father of Mrs.
W. II. Hproal. wife of the attorney
Is visiting his Wife. Mrs. Thomas,
and the Mprnat family. Mr. Thomas
has jiut cnmphlc n large conlruct
for the United Hlntc Gypsum Com
pany of Southern Oklahoma, lie will
remain In Coiumiiu lor iiomn nine
s TOE B100ANC ANCEL
S I kltf Stftiiui(r
COOLEST CEiH COLUMBUS
MANY ELECTRIC FANS. FANS & FANS I
(lly Associated Pre.!
LONDON. Knglind. July IX-
Mlnnk has been catMured by iho
Hussion Bolshevik forces, aernrdinB
to a Moscow stalcmcnl'declarlng the
soviet government occupied Iho city
nn tho morning or July it.
MOSCOW. July W.-lttmoJMvlan
peace nrgnliatton arc. progressing
ravorobiy ami ai icon rour points
virtually have leen agreed upon.
llecognlllon uf Lettish Indopcnd
rnco and Iho renunciation 'by Russia
nf all claims of sovereignly In
The fixing of boundaries, subject
In n joint commission or delimita
tion, basing lis decision nn. ethno
graphic anil economic principles. In
I lie former Urlsa illslrlcl a plebis
cite shall be held.
Mutual engagements shall be taken
In nrohihil the presence in llusslan
or Latvian territory of armed forces
Inimical lo either country, or tlie re
cl-iilting and transportation of troop
or war material by countries ii wor
with e ther power Ilussla and I.nl
via agrcn for forbid the rormaiion
or nresence In their respective coun
tries or tiny groups or rgamtaiions
with pretensions or designs against
the government or me oiner pany
lo the treoly.
n hi' stale of wnr tlmlleouvi rrom
Hie dale of Ibe ronrluMon of the
The U'lllsh iletegalion is nol en
tirely in arcord with the Uusslan
mellnxl proiOseil for holding the
iilebisclle. which excludes the non-
working elements and demands ab
stention by both Itussia ami iaiviu
from imitation or nnmagunila
against lh existing governments.
Kcnnnmlc provisions of Iho Irealy
will be referred to n Joint commis
sion. LONDON. Kngland. July 13. Tlie
Itusslan soviet government, through
Nikolai Lenlne. seeks "In start the
llrillkh nation off on hat same ca
reer of revolutionary violence which
lias made Ituisla such ft Jolly place
In Ue In. W union Churchill, minis
ler of wnr, drclarrd in an artlrle
uublKlied recently In the Kvcning
News, answering a report by n lint-
lull lal?or delegation whlrh vlslletl
Itussia and a Idler illreeliil to tlie
llritlsh peonle by Iodine.
Khould I lie soviet system Im estab
lished in Kngland the war minister
believes Dial not only would free
dom of the press and freedom nf
thought Ih swept away mil lire
llrltlili labor leaders Ihi'iniclvcs
would "share the fate of Kerensky,
the Mrnnhcviks and Social lie vol u
llonaries in Itussia."
Tho wor niinislrr chorgeil lenlne
wllh having ruined his own country
and said it was nuiurai lie mimim
"vsh do have all other nallons n
duced to the same level of misery;
In order that his own 'carnage mnv
be rovereil In the general chaos."
"Ilussiu was on tho threshold of
victory." wroln Churchill. "After all
her struggles she was wllliln re,arh
of Hid goal. Thn Hermans sent In
Lenlne, as poisun gas is sent sealed
in a cylinder, and lie nibbed her of
the victory she had nil but won and
which sho might hnve shared Willi
(i)iuknna Kxpert Here.
0. M. dales, consulting engineer
for the (lymkann mine, is in 4lum
bus nn business and Is stopping at
"lie may be an awful
boob, but 1 love .him,"
laid .FIosi, and to they
They were alio broke
'That Is, until Floss con-
cocted a face cream she
' hoped would make
Hon -Partis JwdSfl -
Called Labor Party Im
(By Associated Press.)
CHICAGO, Ilk, July la. Tin. Ilcv.
George C. Itlrhmond of l. uls,
Missouri, today oprned the conven-
turn of tlie Commlllce id lorly-
nlghl with n prayer and received
"Wo aro nol concerned alMinl
heaven and hell," Itev. Ilichmond
said during Ids prayer; "It is this
world in which wo aro inleri-Ieii.
"As Jesus failed, so do we.''
Ilov. Ilichmonds prayer chnrged
tho llrpuhllran caudidules wllh
taking order, not from Jesus, but
from Wall Klrerl." and nlm rharunl
tiie iVniocranr parly whas sold out
lliimo rorces wllliln In which race
moral ruin nnd plrlliMt,diolallou."
(uillnuing Hie prnycr. Net. Illi'li
We are corrupt, mean, low
vlsioncd and selfish. Forgive us, O
(iod, and in Iho great revolution now
coming, save us from national ills-
(lly Associated Pre.)
CIICtiO. 111. July IX-Tlic ainal-
gamallou of Iho prlncipul groups
allempling to form a new political
jiarly was effected here today.
The "tiimmltlee or Knrly-elght
voted lo Join the national Lnlor
' The large Nonpartisan Lnamii'
group and n delugatlon of Hlngle
lax"rs inareiirtl Into lln- i,nnr con
vention's session today and nn
nuunccd they had decided In nmal
gamale. The tiimmltlee or Korly-elgllt hail
oiil to amalgamate I m-fore they
heard the report of their conferi'iire
committee on tho stumbling blocks
In the proMicd union. There are
tin Plumb plan and Ibe Imposition
of n lax on capital.
Tli Committee or Korly-eiglll
voted o iveommend n pint form
plank for "the public ownership and
democratic control of transportation,
fnrlllties. Including Ihn slockynnls
and large abattoir, grain elevators
terminal warehouses nnd plpo lines
D. C. Supreme tort
(By Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON. D. C July 13.-
Jusllce Italley of the Dlilrtcl of Co
lumbia supreme court today ill1
missed the proceeding brought by
Charles Fuirchllds of New York,
president of the American Consti
tutional League. In prevent Hie pro
mulgation of the raUfiratlim of the
suffrage amendment nnd lo lest the
validity of Hie equnl sum-age law.
Justice Bailey held the court ws
without authority In Inquire into the
action of tho legislatures In ratify
Ing Iho suffrage nmcndmiul, and
that the court also had i nutliority
In jmts u n the validity of such
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Frank Trimiwl Dili
(By Associated. prrsiwl
HA NT A BAItBAHA. Cal, July 13.
Fruuk Trumbull nf Now York, for
iner president, uf the Colorado &
Koiilheni llailroad tuupany and
oilier roads and prominent bunker
died at a hotel In Santa Bat-bar
Ckftuffeur Charted With
mim Wealthy Lady
( NKW WNDOM. Conn.. July 13.
Bernard (leiMler. n chauffeur, who
It is alleged shot and killed Mrs.
Arthur K. do Cordova, wife of n
wealthy New York broker mid tils
employer, wntie motoring with her
in North Htimlnglnn yesterday. And
then In have' shot hlmsHf, Oloil In-rr
Icslay. Thn liodiin were found be
side Jim road.
Mrs. de Cordova left Hie Kaslern
Pohit hotel, in ilroteii. In nn aulouv
lille. drhlng Willi (leissle'r. She wns
iilaylag Hi.thf hulel with n son nnd
da.tghi'r: f "
Five Aviators Killed h
Mexico; After Villa
F.L PAS7. 'h-xosT July 13. Five
nwatora. flying in the glunt airplane
' Farman." wliii-li was en route renin
Mexico City lo Chihuahua for tlie
campaign agamsl Villa, were klllnt
in an accident to the plane near
TinaJilaH, Zncalpcus. ncconlmg lu
news recelwtl In Kl Pjhi Monday.
The plane fell to the ground, the
Cnpluln Suulnna. in rluirge or tlie
plan-, wus nmoiig Hie nninltej'. I Im
others killed were Luis Pri-rlado de
la Torre. Marlines Allw, Jose Triu
iVrxaulus, and lleniabe liutirrei.
Auguslin Knrique and Augiisto lui
ger were, injured.
Dclnll uf Iho nrcliNil are lacking
bill ll Is believed, by Ponce de l.niu.
dlrei-lor of Iho aviation srhmil at
Mexico City, that the uecident was
due In an atmospheric condition and
not lu a defect in I lie plane.
I.lie bodies of the dead aviators
have been sent In Mexico CIl). An
other attempt will he made In reach
Chihuahua City wllh Iho plane after
it lias lieeu repaired.
Chihuahua Clly newsimiier orrlv
lug In Juaret Monday contained no
police, of the accident, hut main
tamed the big plane was due In
arrive in Jlmenes. II was also staled
u flotilla nf airplanes would be sent
lo aid in the fight against revolt!
lionury generals, and that hangar
would V built at J tinnier Pnrral.
Hanla Itosnlia nnd Concho. One air
piano Is In lie sent lo Juaret. Chihua
turn City newspapers stated,
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(By Associated Press i
WASHINGTON, D. t: July 13.-
ttovernor James M. Cox or Ohlt
IVmoeratle nominee for the pre I
dency, and Franklin D. lioosevclt,
Asilslanl relnry of the navy
Dcmocrnlic nominee for the vice-
president, w!!5 confer with President
Wilson at IO::t() o'clock next Sunday
mornlng at the Whjle llnuso. .
Thn arraiifrtinenU for Iho cpnfer
enre wero ihade iver Hie lortg dis
tance telephone today under the ill
i-ectmn.or mo pi-esiiienu
Ileal I'Mnle Mnn Mom-s.
t'arl t Kngendorf. real eslole
dealer and subdivision agent have
niiivra across ine sum in'in inrir
old loirallon' and will occutiy offices
witlt P A. Simpson. The new loca
tion enable them lu have much
Cox a Pronounced
Lover of Woodcraft
uil.l Mill s. (lino. Jul) 13.'
liinrge F. Burba, a Columbus new
paper man. probably knows Gov
ernnr James M. fax of Ohio. Demo
erollr nominee for Hie presidency,
Ixlier wrwtnnlly than uny oilier
man. I'or nearly twenly years llnrtm
was associated with Oix a rdiloriat
writer on his Da) ton newspaper and
then ns private secretary during the
governor's first tnn.
"One of Cox's iiiitst inlrrcstlng
pleasures," wys Burba, "Is In walk
In llie-tertli 'of'stortnl?HMIuvbr1l
I ramp through the fields and alius
'lie highway when it' rnlnlng lor
leiit. or in a snow or sleet storm.
"Manv i huh bo Iiqh enlled at my
house in Daylou during a storm and
asked me to go tramping with him.
KoiihIIiuha we'd walk fitr four or
flvo hiMirn ami iiner us niurli h len
miles of lerrllory.
"Ills wiHiderful vitality Is due, in
n Jinmsure. to the fart that he can
sleep a few inlnulM any time ho
wanU to. I've liepu hunting wllh
It I sis nnd, alter eating lunch, he
would say. 'Call me in 18 ininul.'
mil lied lie oilep almost ln-lnully.
On these bunting trips lo the
wilds id Michigan he always sleeps
ne night nut of doors. In the dense
wood, wllh imlv lilatikels over
"Years before he Ikviiho pimper
u hw uteil lo dream of owning it
nrrtaln Irarl of laud lu Hie Miami
vnllity, four mile below Dayton, nod
building a home titer. Tlie Intel Ii
the prosent site of 1rIIs Kud. his
magnificent home. II ovrliHiks the
vulley and It Die end of an old In-
I tit it trull, lit Iuvcm Iho wild woods
much that lie vvuu'l allow the
forets surrounding his home lo
Fein's Forced In Itedore Stock Sale)
tart Monday, July I'.'.
; Christie Comedy Mvtt&kff
; and Latest FOX NEWS
The Florida oil well people, Iho
surinundiug eounlr' fnfb r.nd all
Denting, and Columbus, loo, art ex
oiled nver the prinpecls nf oil.
Demlug Is filling Up with oil
sharks, and Investors. Oil Icnsca- are
iuerentlug iu-vnlue nvery day. Iliut
in whai hit on Ihn market wild Hi-th
are very rew of Ihein,
It is understood Hie l-1.ir,.ls hi.
pie Imve dlsimscd uf all their hold
ings that they desired to sell. Fluau
i l.illy Iho company Is now In splen
As regards Hie well, say J J.
Clark who with Itoslim Patterson
wiled Hie yes I en lay and ha
first hand Inrormallou. the enuipauy
will nut iM-rnill smoking wuhin :li
feel n Hie well.
They have ciimpMed eemenllllg
otiiside or Hie rniitg nnd are going
town approxliiutlely '.II feW a ilar.
The drill Is now In the second oil
ill-nla mi,l II. e rnrliisllmi. ..I.iv ll
saiMl of bed ipiitllly and blue nnd
The well it now down nniuml the
INO fool mark nnd .Mnnnger Clark
s entphallr in slating that from all
'iiniliiloiis and eti'i advice mid
kiMiwIcdge the- will find oil rroin
IfXI lo WW deeper down.
Ilitnilrnts nf people vlll Hie well
Over at tola and llondsle whi-i-e a
Texas eompauy waul lo drill Hu-y
ritnl it impossible lo gel I he ihti-s
ary leases, landowueiit llulili-nlim
up the saino as many did around
At lite Valley nil well here Messrs.
Whitver and Duncan are working
from daylight to darkness endeavor
ing tn loosen up tho six litrh c sing.
C. K. Knlffin, who has Ihtii in Txa,
nrriveil lu Cnlumbu yesterday ntxl
Is also busy at Hie well.
Oil new may break loose any day.
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On"At ricM Sfctt
Kl. PASO. Texas. July 13. No
noiiee of n iuW'iisloii nf hostllitir
Lhas been received fnnii Ibe Mexican
lugli command liy t.liiliualiua m Hi
lary authorities, itrcording (o n tele
gram rwelveil tiy Luis Monte do
Ocn from Odonel Uiiilormn Valle,
ehief nf slatr lit Chihuahua Cltv.
bmall bands of Villislas who Imvn
separalril from Hie main force have '
been nMirliil in the si ml hern arl
of Chihuahua and hnve been coin,
milling depredation. Federal troop
have ecn sent ill pursulL
Chihuahua advices rereivetl in
Juarez slated a small band nf Hie
Hildas who passed to the Allied
ran side In smuggle muutlinns had
lH'it capltircd by American troop
and would be turned bark lo Gen
JIIINF.D ,ltMVTO 0HTA1N
Marttlano Hull and Vivian Ltljan
of lA Vegas tmlli jolmvl the Fnileil
Slates Army this week In take nil.
vanlnse of Hie rducalloutl fncllllie
now lielng offered by t'neb- Sum.
Ilolh Hie boys have been attending
the Stale Normal, lint as I hey ran
nut of funds they divided ft go lulu
the Army In finish their education,
-Sana Fe New Mexican.
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