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Thiii-Mlay, July 2U, Iffl.
JAMES M. COX
. James II Cox, whoe likeness ap
pears above, is Ihe standard hearer
of the Democracy nf lixlay as well
ks of all pn-ceilcnl.n. As tlie cam
IiuIku advances Iho assurances of
Ihe election of Cox and lloosevelt
have been made certain.
woman vim: wiij.
TOTAL 10)1 MILLION
llnw will women vote, this year,
and what will lie (he measure of
increase in Iho grand total nf presi-
denllal ballots, hy reason of woman
suffrage? In the states In whirh
women have been voting the results
show their electoral minds have
gune along for Ihe mail part will
ingly with Ihelr men folks, and it Is
expected Ihey will continue cimpling
with iho masculine element.
It now seems likely that the nine,
leenlh amendment, giving wnnieu
Ihe righl. in voir lit preltleiillal
elections, will U ratified. In the
last election women voted for presi
dent in Ihe twelve slates of Arizona.
California. Colorado. Malm, Illinois,
Kansas. Montana, Nevada. Oregon.
I'lali. Woshingliiu and Wyoming.
The average ierccnlage nf Iho pop
ulation voting in those stales was
.113. In Ihe last tinselling election
in willed men alone voled, Dial of
IMC, Ihe percentage of Ihe popula
lion voting was .18.1,
The Taftnoovell-WIUon ram
palgu of lull', with women voting
In seven slates, showed a voting
percentage of .102. The hlghesl
voting poreentage of the woman suf
frage states of Iho west was that nf
Montana. Mug 280. Illinois, in
which III IDIfl women voted for the
first lime for president east of Ihe
Mississippi river, voled .337 of her
population, as against a percentage
of ,IU7 In 1012, when only men
The figures Indicate that women
lake as readily lo Ihe ballot box In
Iho east as in Ihe west. The rate
nf Jncrcaso hitherto on account nf
women vnung lias rangeii m ine u
slalea from the lowest. .107 In Art
inim, to .100, the highest. In Illinois,
If rondillons were practically Urn
samo In all Ihe states, with women
having nation wide suffrage, the in
crease In the vote on Iheir account
should bo .136.
Hut the djspnsllion In Vole varies
In Ihe different Hales. Tho solid
Miglh, for Instance, has never voted
hither than .115 per, rent nf lh
population. Tho antipathy to wo
man suffrage Is to general In the
mm I hern alalei that it Is not at all
likely they will do other than tower
III average fur all states of the
On Ihe basis of Iheae figures tho
Increase in tho presidential vnlethl
year should not bo much over 10
per cent, bring tho grand total to
about SOAmoOO. Waahlnglon, Post,
A' man was arrested Tn Douglas
fur aaying- his automobile could and
did make B00 miles an hour. He
was convicted and declared insane.
If Judtro Cola holds that It good law
here- (in Columbus) tho state will
fcave to feulkl another asylum.
WljTIW W W V III! W .
PAMS, July I5.-M. Landru, tho
(lambals "Blucbeanl," as (ha pollco
call him, when Informed that three
alleulsll had declared ho was tanc
and responsible Tor tils actions, re
plied mclaiicholically; "I am palneit
that' I cannot pay tho same, about
I ho men who a hounding me."
lAiidru will route un for trial m
August t un charge of II count of
nmnler growing mil nf I lit- iIikuiv
pearanco or as many women in
whom he had promised marriage.
"You charg-p Ine wills nmnler." :
exclaimed Lamlni to Judge Don in.
"inunier. II or lliem. I am shocked:
These women have disappear). I
do nut dispute- the fai l. They had
hud dlsagn-rmenl Willi Iheir fann-
lies. Let me free and I shall ft m I
Ihi'in. You areuso me of having had
II) mlslreses. 1 plead tnt Illy. Where
Is Ihe Puritan, aired 60, who ha nnl
had at least It mWnwses Will he
he guillotined for having nutreef
And pray, why have 1 romimtted nil
lhee almmlnallnn? In ml my
victim? Of what? They had n.lh
i UK hill IliiMlan sorurille mid Ihetr
lumiliire was of the cheap variety.
Don'l iiesler Ihe French public wllh
'Hie Lantlni case any longer, serun
our Indemnity fmm Ihe Hermans.
That Is the most momentous que.
"Out With Germans"
Move df Low Dutch
ANTWKIll. Ilelgmm. July W -nlwrrp
llelglans wh suffered m
ihe war have lauurlml a radical
movement agabist Ihe few smre
Hermans who. since lie peai-e treaty
lieranm effective. Ime managed lo
eealahlish lhemclves. in Ihhiio-vi
The movemenL known as "lleraiw
les IUvIhu." devehiiml suHilaneus-
ly Willi a big naracle here rerenllv
and since then Ihe pniMrly nf Mime
(ermaii merchants has Ix-en at
'ileraus les Iloflies" plaeanls list
been displaynt In many shop win
lows, lite term, a combination nf
Herman and French, is meant l ex-
pnM the sentiment. "Out with Ihe
The ltelgian foreign offiee. ba
lateil that only a few Hermans have
been iiermltted to enter the rnunlry
and that Ihey had been for manv
)ears residents of Antwerp liefnre
Soldier Put One
Over on the Marshal
PAIIIS. July 15. -Koch will keep!
us waiting 15 "i- SO minutes, said
Ihe sentry at Hie Kared n Now re
renlly while the sMrial I ram llial
was lo lMar the Krenrh deleguinm
In Sita was Iwing shunted on Ihe
An elderly Utile man, wearing ib'-i
undress uniform or n iieneral nf ill 1
vlibttj, military imilal. war, mio.
and l4ghn of Honor, sauntered iipl
and ipule amiably said "Y"ii uuglif
at lensl rail him 'Marshal Koch
The soldier look one glume at the
general, then standing rigid al alien
lion, replied "One never avs
'Marshal Caear or Marsha! auv
Iron." Monsieur le Marechal '
Smiling lironilly. Marshal Koch en
lereil the sM ial tram
Much About Gambfof
VAtHIINfiToTTix (... July 29.
H'ldnm If ever does the gnvenunenl
mhise niM-culalion. but Hie deiati
luenl nf agrli ulture fays:
"If Vou have got to gamble, take
a 'flyer' on Hie stock market or play
Ihe imnle. hut don'l take a chance
on fire." II gives this advice in a
circular in its campaign against
"II never pays lo lake a chance
with fire." says Ihe circular "Tim
biggest fires m history Were started
by those who didn't Ihmk tin; woods
would bum. He as careful of firo
as you are of powder; it's just as
Said a Mouthful In
lust Three Wordsi
GENEVA, July lO.-KIng Albert of
llelglum, accompanied hy Hindu Jo
seph Havenel who served through
out tho war as a "blue devil" of
France, Indenlally being at Verdun,
ascended Dru peak tho oilier day.
The king and the soldier-remained
on Ihe summit for half an hour, tho
guldo discreetly, ho thought, trying
(o question tho king on his war rec
ord. Tlifl king wa reluctant lo
speak of his war experience. When
the guide camo down ho asked a
"What was It thai Ihe American
general, Sherman, said about war?
King Albert told me: "Sherman said
all that is to bo said about war In
s . . :
Suite 344, 346
Hsmpion Osry has bn nomlnatsd
by lh prtsldtnt lo bs minlstsr Is
Swtdcn. H was formerly consul grv
rat at Cairo, Egypt.
To G'lYt Wanted m
His FatMr's Khm
I.O.NDO.N. July t2.The wife of
Ird Mayor Cooper of London, on
Iho occasion nf the recent opening
roremnnlct of a refuge for homeless
children at Walthamstow, said (hat
(ho time had come fur someone In
inlnxlucn a hill in parliament lo give
"the unusual number of unwanted
ehildn-n" Ihelr faluer'a name
Tho IfTrtr-tnayor declared that Imlli
ilurlng' and since Ihe war the In
crease In tho number of Illegitimate
rhlldrcn has been "simply terrible."
and that Ihe death rale among theao
children is appalling,
MUST THINK VB
I'AlllS, July I2 TJie quceu Of
Ilumanla taught luspi-y lluylng folk
a good lesson recf-ptly -when also
entered an antique shop. Bho picked
tin an amber slaluellei'and asked tho
price. "Ono hundred and Iwcnly
pounds," was tin) reply. That a loo
much for me," said the queen, and
her daughter. Princess Elizabeth,
Who was with tho queen, odded;
They must think wo aro Ameri
I ' -3 3
cana," i yjt
Tllia city, Ilka all oilier, hoi''
since any loom charigij was in
sight, been visited by salesmen rop-,S
n'scntlng every knowT-slnck uoni '
lu'y in hid cnumry; anu inousamis
of dollars havn been spent for'vaTI.
Al present I hern Is a practically
loral nrganliallnn, mado up of irfcn
Ihelr Inwnspeoplo can call by Ih'elr
first name. The official of the.
Ilnmahn Mining lmpany-arn men
ulin umilil nnl ISml l,l nn,n. lA
a "schemo" of any descrlplion. ' "
Tlie prospecU nf Iho Ilomaho Mtn.
Ing Company aro based on practical
knowledge of ores actually In sfghl
in Ihe Tres Ilrrmanas Mnuptains,
and on Iho opinions' of tho best
In own mining engineers in this sec
lion of the United Stales.
Machinery has been ordered, some
delivered, and actual work has been
liegun developing ore bodies on tlie
claims of tho llnmaho Mining Com
pany, and the fuluro looks rosy, to
' Ihoso who already havo Invested. If
you are not among this number you
The stock of Ibis company. Is $1
per share and nono will bo solrt'for
less. Orl In on the. ground floor.
Your Investment will earn money
for you and It will earn money for
Columbus, liecauso this town will
sell the supplies to tho new nilnlii?
enmp. Send ynur order for shares
In Tenney Williams & Co. Iho
brokers for the ltomaho Mining
Williams & Co., Brokers
Pacific Electric Building, Lot Angeles, California
Mitiif Strikers hrt if
By ScMrts i Warsaw
WAHPAW. July 7.-noy scouU
acted as conductors recently during
a strike of municipal employes of
Warsaw and which affected tho
street car system owned by Iho city.
Men- volunteers from technical
schools and electrical institutions
Wern on the front platforms of the
id reel cars 'as motormen. During
the strike, for an Increase In wagei
or from HO to lOO per cent, it Is al
leged, volunleers operated tho dec
trio light und power plants, the
water wVrks anil tho gas plants, (he
work all being done by lvs and
men members of Ihe Social Self Aid
xtcieiy, lormeii rnr just such on
emergency. Tho strike was settled
hy n compromise.
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All of Our Ladies'
Great Reduction !
Any Ladies' Dress, Skirt or
20 per cent Discoirtt
The Bazaar, lie.
GffHUH Mark Nw
DOOIlN, Hnllnnit July ll.-The
former Herman emperor William is
greatly Worried aliout Iho low ex
change ralo of the Herman mark.
lleccnlly, in hope .of securing
quarters for some of his staff, he
has priced a numlier of houses In
Urn vicinity of Doom.
Tlie prices havo been quoted in
Dutch guilder, but William, reduc
ing everything In marks, has Thrown
up his hands and railed the prices
Tho Dally Courier offlco has for
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Columbus, N. M.
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C01.UHI1U8 MIUC I'Alll.OH
THOMAS i. COLE
United Slates Commbnloucr
Justice of tho Trace
Columbus, New Mexico
TOM SHAW, Prop.
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liar Sail Drinks
W. M. While, ITop.
COI.U1IUUS TELEPHONE CO.
Henry Ilurlon, Proprietor
"LOCAL AND LONQ DISTANCli
Sii'mii uimmI home rooked meals.
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FKHIll-XL A IiAKSON
Dcmorrntlo County Ticket.
J. u. oilKENWOOD.
Vnr Rlinrlrr. .t
P. L. .8 M YE 11.
For County Treasurer: ,
-W.J. HEIUIY. -
For County Assessor:.-',- n
J. T. HUNTEIU -if,
For County Clerk: '
P. A. UUaitES. , f.V
For Superintendent of Behoofs:
' MIIS. JOK WIIXA UEfiL...
For Probalo Judge;
11. M. OUOVE.
Fr County Commissioner, DIsC it
J. Li. 'lAJFTIS.
For Counrf Cominlssl,oner, DWt SS:
jAjyim a. llllliA.
For County Commissioner, Dial 3: 1
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