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Friday, July 30, 1920.
JAMES M. COX
James M Cox, whose likeness ap
pear oIhivc, is the standard liearer
or the iiemnrrary or imiay as won
:s of Jill precedent. As the cam-
laigu advunee the assurances of
the election nf Cox and Itnosevell
have lieen made certain.
According to the annual reixirl o
V. V. Ilerkshlro, siuxfrxlsor of un
migration for the Mexican lionler
district, the military authorities
have made request for the uso of
nine Chlner out of the Oil) yet re
maining in federal hands of the fed
era! authorities vlin were brought
out of Mexlro with the retreat o
the Purshing expeditionary force
Fourleen of these have been em
ivluyvd al Kort Itaynrd and the put
llrnhealth service will relom these,
llfVnll there were 400 or Itiene Chi
nasi' refugees, but a few have tn-en
disputed of by return to China,
Muxleo or ileal li.
The only inlereitl allarhing to the
report of the Immigration insieelor
i,. What does the war department
prnimse to di at the local honpltalf
Various rumors have leen eurrenl,
bill lo dale nothing definite has been
learned. It is significant also that
Ihn official does not recommend on
immigration station at Columbus. -IVmlng
Of course Iterksblre would not
resommend and did not recommend
an immigration agent for Columbus.
He Is for El I'aso. Kl Paso is again I
any i-ity within a radius of too miles.
Hut Mr. Ilerkshlre has superiors
and It Is through Ilerkshlre' supe
rior thai I lie Courier is working to
!er.iiri an immigration agent in Co
lumbus. Derksliiro is a big mail
In Kl I'aso allied he Is small x.
Iaiie In circles that swing from a
larger pendulum. Hcrkshiiv would
rendu) the morals of Columbus, He
has for an indefinite period, but like
Mil men he has bis limitations.
MAKING IIIH A TEKPINtl TOM.'
My IVar I,ady I do not know who
you are, and probably If I did this
Idler would lie more embarrassing
In yvrile. as it is nf a most Intimate
nature. In discussing this serious
subject, I hope you will bear in mind
that I have your best Interests ut
Jjert. and I know the whole thing
has been thoughtlessness on your
tiarL Ik'lug frank about the matter,
or, la other word, calling beer beer
and near-beer rotten, I havo oli
svrved that each night peclsely at
u o clock you pull down your win
dow shade, ami, standing between
tin) shade, which Is of a light linen
hue', and tho electric light, you east
a shadow picture upon the screen
of life, as it were. No, sister, take
Uiis like brotherly advice. If I were
,ynu, I'd stand on the other side of
'Hid shade when t undressed. Div
' aides. It's hard for me to resist the
temptation uf standing on the corner
every tiigiil at exaolly o o clock.
DsMjr Charter, Tie fx-.aarath,
LaaLaW I jsLH
it fnpii m Tnr
SANTA. FE. N M. July 30.
Elghly-ono persons convicted of of
fenses under the lows of Now Mex
ico wore given their liberty tinder
exectitlvo orders slutted by Governor
O. A. Larraiolo during! tho year end
ing July I, lift).
Of these, 21 had been convicted
of murder, and wcru serving terms
that varied from 10 years to Wo.
Ihero wrro eight serving- w year
terms, another an 80 year term.
These nine persons, sentenced to
servo an aggregate or hjs yeurs,
served instead actual lima uf W
years, or an average of a little less
than II years. The shortest limo
served under one of these long sen
tences was two )cars. The shortest
time served for murder was 15
months under a sentence of 15
Of the tolal number of releases
I mm nrlson. 51 wen' from the iienl-
tcntiary. 17 from the reform school
for Ikivs and 10 from la I. Tliere
were released from the penitentiary
luo women, one for murder anil on
for larceny, and two were releaed
rmm Jail, There were six panioin
to persons convicted of larreny of
atlle. one for larceny or horse mm
one for olilllerating brands.
The number pardoned, and rrlme
for which convicted, are as follow
Murder. f: manslaughter. I: vohm
tary manslaughter, t: statutory of-
fcne 2. larceny and robbery while
armed, I assault wllli Intent In kill.
2. aMault wild Intent to murder. I;
robbery while armed with a deadly
weapon, I: burglary. S; asviult upon
wire, I. statutory orrense. I. forgery
t, embenlement. 2: obtaining money
under false pretenses, I. burglary
Irom ear. t: receiving stolen prop
erly larreny. t: larceny of callle. 6;
larceny nf horses, I; obliterating
Uranus, i: crime noi given in oxee.
ulive orders. 3, Total from peni
The 17 hoys iKinlmiod from I In
reform si-hoot were convicted ns fol
lows SlntuliH-y nffene, 3; incorri
gible 1. larceny of linrse. t; lar
reny. I. larreny from simp. I; lar
reny nf ealtle,.!: bnaliing and en
tering. -': nrrene not given In ex'c
ulive order. I.
Hinre July I there have liemt nine
addllional pardons Issued. In wliieh
were included I for robbery, I fur
attempted statutory offense and i
for larceny of caltln.
Declared a Coward
CIIICAliO. Ill Juls 30. William
llros l.loyd. millionaire sergeant-alarm
of the Communist I.alHir parlv.
was today tJuly fli called a coward
by Assistant State Attorney Hani !
hart In his closing arguments l.loyd
and 10 oilier are charged with eon-1
spiring In overthrow the govern
ment by force.
"When arretted. ' said llarnliarl. '
l.loyd said that if he could not dis ,
play the red flag here be would g-
to llussla. He II not go lliere He II
go to the iM'iiltcnliary where he lie
longs. He is a coward and has not
the manhood in go to Itiwsia.
-o- - .
If You Are a Lfechctor
Here is Yaw One Ctacej
NKWAHK. N. J.. July .'7 ltach '
elors, fronl, to New Jersey'
u you aro an unmarried nun. 50
years of age, resieclable and on e
had mean of a sort, you had best
bin yourself lo New Jersey, lak'- up
residence there for ten year and
then enjoy a meal ticket for the real
of your life.
II reads like firlion. Hut lite wii:
of the late Marcus I.. Wanl, million
aire son of Marcus I Wnnl. Civil
War governor of New Jersey, has
provided S3.ooo.000 rnr a home roc
"respectable anil aged bachelors."
The bequeat has excited no end of
comment among wealthy folk of
Newark, who knew Want, and a
hidden i-nlnanee Is even hinted.
John O. II. 1'llney, probably Word's
nesl rrlrnd, declared be knew of no
romance and added that while Wanl
was nor embittered against women
he didn't seem to care much for the
As to this Hamuel Hillings, colored
coachman In the Ward family fori
tinny years, proiiaiiiy knows ties!.
"Mislah Wa'd was sure "frald n
wnmin1, mill. He shn wux! When
(ley built lie V. W. C. A. next ! lo
us. he sex In me, 'Oey's tin) mony
women mun' heah. I's Is gwine to
move I' And us did I We moves to
I tin club and wn lived dah ever
. Closo to $300,000 of I ho Wanl fa,
tune was left to charily, almost
every one In Newark being remem
bered except the V. W. C A.
Dealing with Hie bachelors' homo
tbn will says:
Tho main object of this corpora
tlon Is to provide for I ho proper
support and suitable maintenance of
such resheelahlo and aied white
bachelors, not less than 00 years of
age, and liona lido residents of New
Jersey for at least 10 years, nreerd.
Ing admission, as may havo lost tho
means which they onco had fpr their
I Romaii o
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Tenney Williams & Co., Brokers
Suite 344, 346
JACQUELINE VAN TILL
Mil. Jscquslln Van Till, Ihs torn,
panlon of ths martyrsd nun; Edith
Cavtll, who Is carrying en hsr work
In this country. This young Bslglsh
womsn Is planning to establish an
Edith Csvsll cllnlo In mamery of ths
British nurs. Mils. Van Till his
Uksn out hsr first papars and Intends
to bscom an Amorlcan tltlxsn.
. NOT AT HOME.
.Swine fever had broken nut in (hi
village and the local policeman Iiad
been appoiuled to lall uion nil own
era of pig and tako particulars nf
each case. 1
Happing at tho door of an old
cottage, he was confronted by a
shrewish looking woman, who curt
ly asked him what he wanted,
"A've called lo sl'ti tho swine,"
said tho constable.
"He's pot," snapplly replied the
woman, and banged the door From
an Kngllsh paper.
LOOKING KO-H NEW HOME?
Edgar IIcpp, treasurer and collec
tor of Luna county, spent the last
of the week here from his homo al
Demlnftr-Sllver City Independent.
o Miittftg Co.
THIS city, llkn all other, has,
tlnco any.looao changn was In
sight, been visited by salesmen rep
resenting every know-,. Mock com
pany in tho country! and thousands
of dollars have been epent for vari
ous schemes, some Rood, some bad,
Al present there Is n nractlcallr
local organisation, 'made up of men
incir townspeople can ran by their
first name. The officials nf the
Ilnmaho Mining Company aro men
who would not lend their names to
a 'schems of nny decrpllon.
Tim prospect of the Ilomaho Mln
ing Company aro based on-practical
knowledge of ores actually In sight
In the Tres Jlrrmanas Mountains,
and on the opinions of tho best
known mining engineers In this sec
tion or the united btates.
Machinery has been ordered, some
delivered, and actual work has been
begun developing ore bodies on llin
claims of tho Ilomaho Mining Com
pony, and the futuro looks rosy, to
you aro not among thls'numlicr you
The slock of litis company Is tl
per share and nono will bo sold for
less. Oct in on the ground -floor.
Your Investment will earn money
for you and it will earn money for
Columbus, becauso this town will
selUlho supplies to tho new mining
comp. Bend your order for shares
lo Tenney Williams & Co. the
brokers for the Ilomaho Mining
Pacific Electric Building, Lot Angeles,' California
J. R. BLAIR
Columbus & Western New
Mexico Townsite Company
PROMOTERS OF COLVMBVS
Sec uf for town lots, business and residence
property. Oil Leasee and Valley Lands.
Columbus, ,, . ,, .. New Mexico
OF MAN AND WIFE
Home Engineering is the most Important business man
and wifo aro engaged In. In successful homo IhiIMIiu
there l need of a growing hank account money should
lie saved and kept track uf, elso home engineering will
be fraught with difficulties.
Tho friendship, courtesy, service and accommodation
of this lank ato freely offered to tho homo builders of
May wo help you by safely caring for your money,
making It "go further" for ynut A growing bank ac
count is an anchor to windward.
My the Way, Mate You Roiiuhl That
Other War Wavlno Stamp This 'Month?
COLUMBUS STATE BANK
Hot Weather Conveniences !
There is no use of the ladies of this city molting
housekeeping a burden when there are so many
electric, i .anceii lo lighten the work. You
can cook breakfast on an electric toaster, clean
house with a vacuum clesner, and do your iron
ing with an electric iron, If you will call up we
will send a man down to explain their merits.
The Columbus Ice &' Electric Co.
The Columbia Dally Courier is
75 o per month, by stall or crriT.
CM! V Mwfttf , (ksH
oil We hr h1 to'ffcc
latest mrhlei for Iron lg
collars. Our Mork U ai' voott.
or better than what you tct
In El !.
I t, V, VINSON, Hatiofrr.
SIADi: IN COl.t'MHl'H
Mot From the (hen Every liny
Kw ulmk mm
Ailolntiig Holrl Clark
A Full Lint Ol
B. E. SISCO
' l.lreuwil ITndrrtukrr ami
VM.U tlWX TIIKiTKR
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Offlrrs In Old tiiurlcr Hldtf.
t'nictlrc In All CotirU
ColumhiM, N.'M; - - "
MILK AM) CHKA1I
Dullcrmllk, lluttcr and Egi.n,
also Kilin (powdered milk) cuu
bo bad dally at
C0I.UH11US MILK I'Alll.OIt
THOMAS J. COLE
United Stairs Commissioner
Justice of the Peace
Columbus, New Mexico
21 llooius 1
TOM SHAW, I'rop.
Ilalca . . . Itl'rrlla
II. E. ALII EN , i
(Oberllri Conservatory) 1
Tenelme of i
Violin, I'luiio, Rand InMrtinifiil
box v. zst
Bur Sort Orbits t
, Megular Meats, f
Commercial- Cafe ,
W. M. While, Prop.
COLUMBUS TELEPHONE CO.
Henry Ilurton, Proprietor
LOCAL AND LONG OlSTANCE
KHAKI CLUB CAFli
&UUO aodd home rooked sniculsi
Kame uod wrvlec. "
i khw:i.l & i)onso,y
Ef f ective Printing
tsesss food tyf'food prsSss, Rood
nwkmsn and good per. Wis Mr e the
equipment and the workmen for yoo, aad
oss HsmmermlU grades of bond, safety
ad cover papers. Let us phow tan.
11m Dally Couiler afiie has for
sala day books, 150 pages, for GO and
OP ccofs coeli.