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CHICAGO. Ill, July 15- .V Ii year
old girl wn killed nnil probably 501
perxiM were Injured in automobile
accident resulting Indirectly fnim
I tic ofigcstlon causrd tiy an unex
pected strike nf Kiwrr house eh-o-
trltflan which crlpplisl street cir
service here loday. Tin1 elevolod
Hun nrr mil affected by Hip strike.
The girl wat killed when a hvilnr
Iruek carrying W liwsons In work
crashed iiiln & telegraph mi!o.
TIii strike affect :KM) workei.
according lo union official. Slrcel
rar official said III) car were run
ning on tin' irlnflnl lines.
.SO warning of Ilia strike wat
given. It wat altl. II la alleged Iho
worked demanded a 33 mt cent In
crease. In wagcu.
Dally Courier. 76o per manlh.
Paul I. Walker
Illy Associated Press.
CHICAGO, III. July 15.--A, new
party, cmiiiocd of fanner and the
Labor party, rnlerod th'o iMillllral
arena early. UiIj tnoniinK with Par
Iry IV Chrlslonseu, a Sail Uke City
i nali) attorney, and Max S. HaycsM
editor of a Cleveland (Ohio) labor
paperpapor. as IU nominee for Hie
presidency and vice presidency, re-
lie new part)', which .resulted
from a fusion of various minority
group, chiefly Iho National Lalior
parly and Hie Commlllce or Forty
eight, wan completed al I o'clock
Nol all the Committee of Forty-
eight remained with the fusion
tarty. however, and hundreds of dis
satisfied delegates met today In con-
tliler the continuation or thai organ-
ration. oslbly wltli candidate and
n platform of their own.
Chrlstcnscn whs Chairman of Hie
Committee nf Forty-eight before the
fiiilon was voted, i
BigSchcme for Higher
Values for Silver
Ckiifis ii Pirsttmi
At Camp FirlMf
Following are among1 the change
In the pemonnrl at Camp Furlong:
Major rreneh pnimoted to rolonel
Colonel IXiana la now a llimtcnnnt
MJor Hlntey prnnioleil lo lleulen
Captain T It. Manchester l pro
inoletl to major.
Fir? I Lieutenant Flwanl llerllhy
will now wear a captain liar.
POLLARD I SPROUT
Orrirni hi Old (Unirlrr Bids.
Practice In All Courts
Columbus, N. M.
Federation of Labor
Endorses Dem. Platform
MIl.K AM) CHEAJI
llullermilk, Iluttcr and Kgi-s,
alo; Kllm Miwilered milk) can
be had dally at
CULUUllLS llll.K I'Altl.Oll
THOMAS i. C0I.K
United Staim Comiutadiiiier
Jiullcc of Iho I'l-ure
' Notry Public
Galuiiit)i, New Mexico
(!o lo Iho
For flooi) Home Cooking
Joe JiicLvin, Proprietor
liar Soft Drinks
W. M. While, I'rop.
COLUMBUS TELEPHONE CO.
Henry Burton, Proprietor
LOCAL AND LONG- DISTANCE
. . . I."
f TOM SHAW, Prop.
e a It ir v
i II. ! tan
f- t1 Teacher nf
NOOALES. Ariz. July 13.- Ao
elated' Preaj.) Tlio Chamber of
Uinunerco hat joined with Cbarle
llulters, mining exMrl of New York
and Ban Francitco, lo promote, the
formation in Mexico of an associa
tion of tllver mine owner and silver
producer to rebuild the abandoned
minis throughout Iho nation and
thus bring alxnft once more Die free
and unlimited coinage of silver,
llulters states that if the oldlime
minting plan Is reestablished 11 will
Micnn Mi'ilm will coin Nil million
dunces of nlher.
Hie mining expert has extensive
mlerets In -mine in Mexico, Sal
vador and' Nicaragua, and Is known
for his introduction of I ho cyanide
reduction nrocen Into Mexico. II i
say the grealesl need of Mexico
today is small change and "hard
Mexico Stripped of Silver.
Two revolutions ami the world
war, says llullert, have stripped
Mexico bare of silver coin. In its
place, he says, is a vast quantity of
paper money issued by the varying
governments at flat money. He
blames the great flood of paper
money in Mexico for most of the
suffering in dial nation in connec
tion with the various revolutions.
ills plan, hacked by Ihe Nognle
Chamlier of Commerce, is lo have
Iho old minis rebuilt and placed In
eperallon by the association of
sliver mlnn Interests al (tin cost of
Iho association and place Ihe mint
in operation. Then the cost of Ihe
renrwd mint would bo recovered
by the association from Iho mini
profits over a course of year. l'Kn
Ihe paying out of the capital charge
Id restoring Iho mini. Ihcy are. to
be returned to the Mexican federal
government as It property, to. Ie
lliei-i-ailer oiiornteil under tuner-
1 vision of the federal government.
Stimulate Silver Market
This system, according to the
silver mlno expert, ha threefold
twnerits, First, ll win ai once re
store to Mexico the "hard money"
and small change needed by mor
rhanls, banks and business men -and
now lacking. Becond. it will provide
a permanent primary market at
home for large amount of silver
production. Third. It will stabilize
the silver market, because Iho Mexl
ran homo requirement will take up
a great nuaniity or sliver now ex
ported and told on a speculative
market through Ban Francisco for
Ibe Orient Also, Ibis wll ma to
stimulate, silver production because
of the better market condition, and
thus ralsa Ihe primary market price
for Urn icm -nreclous metal
President Ilracey Curli of Ihe
.ogolc Chamlier of Commerce, hatj
Ptanu, Hand Instruments
Box No. z
WASHINGTON, I). C July 15,-
Vlrlual endorsement I given to 11
Democratic national platform by the
American Federation of talior in a
formal statement Issued here last
The federation pronouncement,
signod by President Samuel (loin
per and Vice President Joseph Vol-
enllne, William flreen and Matthew
Wnll, analyie Ihe platform adopted
at San Francisco to show the com
parisons between Ihe proposals sub
mitted by labor and the planks In
roriMiratcd in the document
Comment accompanies Ibe par
allel planks proiosod and those
adopted (o point out the effect of
tlie convention action In eacii in
stance as viewed by Inlwir, and I hen
conclusions are drawn lo guide, the
worker of llu coulry In the 'Novem
Democrntle Party Profliriedvr.
"In summarising.' say the por
tion of the statement devoted lo con
clusions "It Is but fair to say that
the Dcmocrale platform mark n
measure of progress pot found In
the platform of the llepuhllran
parly. In relation to laUir' pro-
liosals Iho plank written In the
Democratic platrorm more nearly
apiiroximale the desired declara
tions of human right than do the
plank found In the llepubllcan plat
president (lumpers and the four
vice president seek lo avoid a defi
nite sland in favor or llio Demo
cratic candidate for president and
vice president and against the lie-
The annroval of tlio Democratic
Platform, following close on I lie reil
eral Ion's severe condemnation of the
llupuhllcan platform, however, ran
not be Interpreted by practical im ill
llcians In any other light than as an
appeal lo the worker affiliated with
organized laUir lo support Cox and
The "fact upon Ihe record nf
Imlli i it riles, insofar as their plat
forma are concerned, rrom l lie red
(ration's vlewiHilnt. are Ilia! Ihe
Democrat adopted a platform nc
crplable In IU, principal fealun4.
while Die llepubllcan deeiarntloiit
have been declared wholly uusalls-
Senator Herd Will Support Ticket
ST. JOSEPH. Mo. July I5.-Itelt
crating his opposition fo tlio rove
iiant of the league, of nations as it is
now framed and declaring he will
noi recede on men from me posi
tlmv ho has pn'Vloutly taken, Ben
atpr James A. Heed of Missouri, nil
dressing a meelitig hero last nlghl
declared hu Intended to support IIm
Jtemocratlc randldatet In tlio coin
ing election, notwithstanding tip'
declaration of the parly In regard
lo the leagun nf nation.
I Intend lo support tun Demo
cratic candidate," Senator Heed as
sorted, "liecauso Ihn great principle
of the Dcmocrallr which have sur
vived the vicissitude of the renfiiry
Dance Music Kcl Ever.
Alt who attended tlio Pythian
Slslrrt' dance last nlghl are loud In
their praise of the music furnished
by tlio Columbus theater orchestra.
Ilnle lo the Acre.
Kxprrts In cotton who have visited
the various col Ion fields In Luna,
county stale I lie yield of this yenr's
experimental crop will average o
halo to tho acre.
Iloty Smoke, Funs!
A baseball club from ltrdsburg
I rimmed Iho Doming club twice-
Hero a chance for Die Columbus
club lo win back It reputation with
a quick challenge.
Nonresident Merchant Heir.
Philip Holm nf El Paso, partner
in the Columbus Furtitiuro .com-
iany in this city, arrived last eve
ning nnd will spend noveral day
Urn. MrCiinlv In Tour Const.
Mr. W. N. McCurdy nf (his dil
ls the guest uf (lust Wchmhoener
and family of Doming on a motor
lour to and up utid down Ihe Pacific
coast The parly will bo absent a
Stand Off El Pato Now.
People who wear starched collar
can now have litem Ironed In tlin
most up to date manner by tending
lliein to tho Columbus Steam I-iun-
dry. phono . A new collar machine
has been added lo Iho equipment
making this concent not only the
iQrgost but onu of Ihn best laundries
in ine siaro. i no payroll or mo
laundry last week was K!!3, and It I
approximately (he tamo every week.
i'jlhlnn SMciV Danre a SiircoA.
The midsummer ball of Ihe local
lodge of Pythian Srttrra last night
in Hits city was a success, both
financially and In attendance. The
ladies outdid themselves In really
seeing thai .everyone had n good
I me. 1 hero were no "wall flower.
Die titinch was belter than if It hod
libd a "slick" In It and the music--.
well,- nnliody sat still. The ladies
have sol n precedent in dance In
WHton-Cox Split Denied.
WASHINGTON, D. 0. July 15.
Governor Cox conference wilh
President Wilton at Ihn Willi?
HouMi Sunday morning will lie en
1 1 rely htrmonlous and will nut ah
end to Iho stories of frlcllon li
tween them, according to Judt-A
imuiiiiy i. Aiisiwrrjr. won reiururji
to wasiungion yesieniay.
! Effective Printing
mercn nni . . j . .
named a rommltle nf prominent
m'n to lake up Iho mini proposal i """". r-'
wl :i General Alvaro Obrcgon on hi aad tho wortaaea foryeit, tad
intending visit to hit home Inl HtsBatsrmM tr4es of boad, wfttf
rjaJc. Sonora, this month. u mm ffa. Ltt m tkmr pm.
"High Cost Fighters"
We are FIGHTING to reduce the high
cost of living in Columbus.
We have th6 goods and the prides to
FIGHT with. They will bring down
your costs and keep you pleased. Your
dollars will-buy a real "dollar's" worth
Cokiikus laundry Now
Has Collar Machine
J. F. Vinson, manager of Iho (v-
luinbii. Bteam Laundry, ha built
up a laundry business which I the
largest In the tlalc uf New Mexico
and equalled only In El Paso,
This splendid business-lias been
dovcloied by Mr. Vinson through
Army coniracls. iiamurupiH-ii ni ine
tort bv lack nf rnuinmeiit and bar
assod by freight congestion which
prevented delivery or supplies .Mr.
Vinson has had "tils own troubles,
but today his Imubles as far as
eouinment is concerned are over,
A now collar inacmne lias nrnvni
and Is being Installed, and will be in
working condition Monday. July IU.
Mr. Vinson guarantees to Iron collar
equal or superior to any laundry in
Columbus people should rescind
lo Iho exerllons or Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Vinson by sending all of their laun
dry work to this enterprising firm-
Neil Monday telephone No. i5 and
let) them In call fur your laundry.
FOIl SALE 50 chares or stock In
Iho Goldsmith Maid Copper Co.
I'Oll SALE 8IU0 lot for $75. Ad
dross P. 0. Box 313, or call al
Courier office for details.
FOH aL Good lot near tho
school house, cheap for cash, Cull
al Courier office.
r FOB BENT
FOH HENT lied Cros rooms tmek
of our office. Blair & llcllbcrg.
FUHNISHED rooms wiUi shower
bath. Impure third huuto south
of Hoover Hotel.
Inquire al tho Daily Courier of.
Mr. Senmore Pearro Entertain.
Mr. Soamoro Pcarco entertained
Hie Twelve Trump Card Club Tues
day afternoon from 3 to 0. 'Iho
rooms were artistically decorated
with flower from her own garden.
Delicious cake and tnlad were ill
tiensed. Mrs. Pearco's niulher, Mr.
M. J. Chapman of Dodge City, Iowa,
I visiting nor. The guest wore
Mosdame William King. George
Peter. J. II. Cox. W. I Moody and
Mis Cornelia II. Otis.
Look Out for Saturday 'n Courier.
Saturday'H edition of Iho Cnlimi-
bus Dally Courier will not only Im
the largest edition ever printer, bill
It will contain more new of n per
tonal naturo than uvrr was attempt
ed In Ihis portion of the state. ou
will find in It what you always
wanted lo know aliout tho husinet
men of Columbus and I heir success
a business men hen1. Every para
graph in this issue will ho Interest
ing. For additlonar copies leave your
order al Iho Courier office .
Cant Club Kntrrlaln
Tim Twelve- Trunin Card Club en-
(rrlainrd Wednesday afternoon
from 3 to 5 at Iho homo of Mis
Cornelia II. Oils to compliment Mr.
Scamorc Pcarco' mother. Met. M. J.
Chapman of Dodge City, Iowa. The
afternoon was . spent showing the
gliosis crafl at needlework, after
which a ilo iclou salad course was
d!HMftd. Tlio guet were Mos
dame M. f. Chapman. Soamoro
Prarco. William King, J. Moore, J. II.
Cox, Oeorgn pelor. W. I Moody
end Mis Cornelia II. Oil,
SwakM if Mm
im fir mm, fmt
tBy Atsoctatol Pre.l
MINEOU. I I, N. Y. July 15,
Four Army alrplmics. cqinprisiiiB
Iho Alatknn flylttg expedfllon, left
Mllche'l WcM o iAm fiimtl ttl
I2SICI o'clock p, m. today on their
0000 -mile (ound trip flight lo N'ome.l
FOIl HENT Four room adobe house
with sink, tta monthly. Sco Mm.
Miller, care U'bow Jewelry Sloro.
WANTED Every soldier In Colum
bus to know that wo give 10 per
cent discount on all halt, shoos
and gent' furnishing Hilt week.
Capiu & Son, Clark Hotel building.
New Lincoln Hotel, 21 rooms, $1
I er day. West Hmadway.
coins wrapmil ,up.
Owner can have Ihem Jiy Idenllfv
ing. Call al Hid Palace -Meal Mar
ket. Ask for Ivan Johnson.
FOt'NIs- Army officer' hlousa,i("ill
and Ideniify siuno at imitofflci';
ask for Mr Pnigel.
LOST Hlack traveling hag Monday
between here and Waterloo bo
Iween hours of 3 and 5 p. in. Had
check made nut to W. D. Shea In
It also had Muinwn Dutinegan &
llynn envelope. Helurn to Hotel
WE WANT YOUR COLLARS, CUFFS
AND FINE SHIRTS !
TT is no longer necessary to send voiir
Collars, Curls and Fine Shirts to f
JLl raso as our machinery tor doing,
this class of work has arrived and is
being installed this week. Commencing
Monday, July 19th we want your col
lars and cuffs, in fact all your laundry
work. We guarantee perfect work and
prompt service. Our phone is No. 25.