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TM COLUMBUS OWMtft. COLUMBUS.
BATUftftAY. JULY M V6
Ml fcsiaiasawfc. Afptjr at Am.
mm a. (mmtiy tM Am
mill at Mr. J. U W , m
ssTAMer atehniV. 0. M ,
wllJaIUSl M m. U-
skee r. O. Ik W,, or mN it
hred mstkfed fryers Jwt brought
m frem Use eoimiry. .M each.
Cegllim J. C. WHIWMW, W4I
Umm Frovisfeti Ce,
iXm. mXT-Hf Cms rooms
oi our office. Blair & Hcliberg.
TO RENT Threo apartments, fur.
itlehcd, are for renl'ln adobe bulla
ing one block north of Khaki Club.
Tin. O'wn building.
FURN18HED room with shower
bath. Inquire third Iioum toulh
ii f Hoover Hotel.
Inquire el the Dally Courier of
flee. 10 RENT Half of one house, fur
nished; one house unfurnished or
part .of It; also can four-room
house Unfurnished. See Mint Viola
('Jerk or Klalr A Hrlltcrg. real
New Lincoln Hotel, 14 rwmi, SI
I er day. Wett Broadway.
LOST ANS reVM).
rOUND Army offtcera' bloute. Call
and identify tame at poslofrtce;
ask for Mr. Pnifel.
LOST Stock traveling bag Monday
between here and Waterloo be
tween hour of 3 and 5 p. m. Had
checks made out to W. D. She in
II, atoo htd Mamson-Dunncgan A
Ryan envelope. Return to Hotel
LOST 17 Jewel. 12 alee, often faced
In lite garage of Hie Colum
bia Motor Company. Return to
twaeje and receive reward, ft H.
LOST Between Columbus and
Denting, tire rack and rlnOslie
35xt i. Notify D. L. I'e era. Don
lag (the road man), or leave at
Columbus Homing works, for re
ward. aVR. SERVICE EXAMINATION'S.
U. 8. CIVIL BERVICB EXAM IN A
TWNS Tho United Blates Civil
Service Commlilon announces
the examination named below, to
be held at ait early dale. Applica
tion blanks and further Informa
tion may be obtained from the lo
cal secretary, Board or Civil Serv
ice Nsaasssmers. at Uie Postoffica In
Ms asty: First grade, or clerical,
7t to MSN MmM. vaMnclcs In
the peeUoa of clerk In various
ornccs In tho Quartermaster sen
ire at Columbia, N. M.
THF. United Slates Civil Service
Commission announces that a me
chanic, noneduealion, examination
will be held on August 13, 1020,
tor Uia purpose w iiilmc a va
cancy In Uio position of mectianlc
In the Salvaffo service al Colum
bus, fi. 3s. Application blanks and
further Informallofl may be ob
tained frost the local secretary,
Hoard of Civil Service Examiners,
at Hte Columbus, N. M, Postofflce,
U. b. CIV. beaV, COM. aim.
that a plumber ttoaeducallonsl ex
emtaatlon will e held on August
S3, WW for I he purpose of rilling
a vacancy In the position of
plumber m the utilities servlco al
lailumbus. If, M.
THK United Slates Civil Service
ComwUsion whwmicos an oxaml
naUest for railway mall clerks on
August II, to fill vacancies In the
raway null service throughout
the United Stales, at thn entrance
salary of Wsw a year. Tbo exam,
(nation will be given at Albuuuer
que, EmI Lat Lai Cruces.
mrnrn. notweti, mm te, Tucum
eftri, N. M. $M In Brmclpal Texas
eHm, wolitdlsy KL Paso, In west
Teatt Mm eaaaalwattoa pomts are
IWm, ArW(i,Dl Rio, Mrf
ami mmn Assjera. s
4r.lAL'iAU5-l will mku very
law a4e Of) (ets, btoelis or fccrs-
auiissaXJ'dTiil ,n'' Mr
jom vii juitsi sje4 vsmsm(
I sjsm -s sijsnaai ajjaf
IMh Trmperature Today.
The heat today u moro or lrni
oppressive, and W dfgrees were- reg-
EHte Jacsen to (live RH.
Next SatiirdRV night. AuauA 7.
lliere will bo a swell dance with the
best of music at tho Khaki Club.
Coed Meramg, Judge
Two women minus repulatlniM
were arrrsted last night and this
morning were assessed fines of f30
each In Judgo Colo's court.
Thn Daily Coi..-irr has Just r.
pany of Cincinnati, Ohio, the very
lairal in auction ana bridge tally
cards und score pads.
Sewing Marntor Rrpalrrd.
W. If. Oriffilh, an expert sewing
machlna repairer, will ho at tlio
Hoover hotel for the next few days.
If your newing machlna needs atten
tion send him word and ho will call
and examine It freo of cliai-pv Ailv,
Going ts MUhomn.
Mrs. Jewel HiisIiiml arromnanlnl
hy her children. Jewel. Jr. and Kill-
abvlh, leaves for Granite, Oklahoma,
on a visit to relatives. Mr. llunhes.
camp electrician, amp Furlong,
cxnecls to obtain a leave or alisencn
and Join Ihrm aNiul August 15.
A package of Jewels used In tho
work of the I'yttilan Sisters ' and
wrapped In brown paper was lost
H!vrral days ago. They havo no
real value but the loss Is keenly
leu by one I'yihian Hitler who was
responsible for the pockago and it
win cost Iict (lu to replace lliem.
Kindly return them to the Courier
MnHng Msrhlnery Toluy.
Manager John Mack of (he limn-
rIid Mining Company today is plar-
iliir 10 hnmrtuwrr Klnv-rp onulnn
and hoist In position In the old Wa
terloo shall. The big hole, llm
largest In the Tres Hermann. It reel
by 0, Is now down to fet'U Messrs.
Tenney Williams & Go, rooms .lit-
mo, racinc Kiectrlc building, Los
Angeles, brokers- for the llomaho
people, will launch an advertising;
campaign tbu mining week which
ought to sell all the slock or Ihe
company. Columbus people nre on
Uio ground, tho mine anil workings
may be seen any day. If you do
buy, you are buying mining slock
but you arc not buying a pig In a
Jtsst James' Sm
Ti Erttr teams
KANSAS CITY. July M.-4esso
James, lawyer and son of Ihe bandit
who was notorious and feared for
his outlawry. Is going into motion
pictures. Not as a stockholder or
director, but as an aclor, In "emu
Isle the deeds and acts of his
father. James has abandoned hU
law practice and signed n three year
"Jesse James Under the Iliac It
Flag" will be tho Utle or tho first
picture. Tho scenes and plots will
bo laid near Kansas City. Ilnrvcy
C Hoffmao, county marshal, also
will be In tho production.
' "Jcwa James Under the Illncfa
FlatT will bo an historical picture,
wld James, "I will play the" part
my father took with tho Quanlrcll
ganr during und aflcr Iho Civil War.
I will" try f fhow (hat my father
wm driven luio a Ifio or crime and
Franklin, J. Coalps of Now York",
ylce president and director general
of Iho corporation Is writing the
scenario for the picture Work will
KCgM M0t JM saw.
tHy AasMtaM ttasaJ
MAHION, OWb, Jotyaiji Iho
opening sfef f fcH rsji flOTCR',
eamiMign here lnsy. Wiwateii 'M'r
ren (I. MftnHfw f Otkk 0f
the. RemiMlaM astrtv for Its Bpesl.
dcsW of Mm L'sjHw sttaloa. tasd a
tMesVUw frssM 'tUeMasMl ipjaWty,
into, ism iitn w sal ust mombsM of
Iho MthM Jt tbf sclsW of
cIsmw and tectfetMl tmrrtm sbmI a
realisation of the lnlfHi.liiwV-ncn
and mutuality of interest w ml of
I lie great war, said ! SMsMor.
IiskI helped much lowsntl susAVeall-
atlon. Closer coopcrsrfloft Vr ittdus-
Ihe rorelgn horn he siissiiinHil at
further pointing tho way ( a fuller
Urging alto Ihe readjustment' of
taxation, ho expressed doM as to
whether the war lime cscees profit
levy was in narmony witn ro re.
uulremenU, but added he hot
yet worked out details of 'JeYls.ed
Wo ought (u make wall bear
lis full share of taxation." sld Sen
der Harding, "and wc ever ylll
Having Ibis thought In mind; ami
alto thinking of Iho excessive cot
of living, I doubt If Iho oxers, prof
lis tax ror war puroirs precisely
accomplishes Ihe rnd'wo s-'ck in
leaco tlint. I would gladly recom
mend a ciiange, put i am. not yel
iirrnftrMl In atiffvpal nn i.hsaU&IiI,
During, his talk. Senator Harding
did nol refer directly to tho league
Frifirt an! Ptssawr
(Dy Associated Press,
WASHINOTON, D. CH July 31.
An ailvance of to per rent In rail.
toad freight rales in the eastern
section, 23 per cent In Iho southern,
35 per cent In J ho western- swd 29
per per in Ihn mountain and raclflc
lerrllnry was today granted by tho
intcrstalo commerco commission.
l'asengrr fares were also In
creased SO per cent of the amount
asked for by Iho railroads to help
In absorbing .the 680 million dollar
wage Increasa granted railway work
ers by Ihe railroad labor board re
A sucliarge of CO kt cent on the
rales for sleeping and parlor ears
was granted, loiiethcr with a M tier
rent Increase in Iho rales on rxcess
uapKium aim u jtcr Cl,lll oilimv faics
These Increosed rales will becn'mo
efectlvo tiixm five days' notice
given by Iho carriers to Ihe com
miulon. Fmr Injured k
mm m Wreck
fly Associated l'ress.
OODKN. Utah. July Sir-Four or
live persons wero seriously Injured
and many were bruised and severely
shaken up as a result or Ilia derail'
monl of Oregon Short Lino (rain
No. 32 near Downey, Idaho, todoy.
according (o dispatches to tho Ogden
WAR SLACKF.R I.ONKLYt
GIVKS UP TO polk:
POrtTIAND. Ore, July 29. Three
years of wandering In Iho all bul
deserted mountains of southern Ore
gon in orrorls (o escape a charge, of
evading Iho selcctlvo draft wero
endil tislay with Alfred Fottlg. 27
j ear olil farmer. In jail here.
Ho surrendered, he said, because
of lonellnnss which became iinbesr.
able. During his wandering, ho told
r,,inlu,,ll.rllt.. Ik. r ...II. I
animals and berries had hern his
principal means of subsistence.
Fattig and his brother Charles
fled to the mountains in 1017 be.
ra,ose or conscientious scruples
against war, he declared,
"Wo pretended lo be pro'iieetor
when wo occasionally met miners or
other people in ,tho mountains,"
Fattig (old authorities.
"And 1 returned home, I saW my
moiner ana returned to Iho moun
tains. About Christmas of 1010 we
heard, from an old miner, that the
war was over. Lost fall my brother
said he had had enough and was
going somewhere (o work, I decid
ed to remain in the mountains alone.'
Flnallyl t got so I simply couldn't
stand It any longer, I wanted to be
with people. I came out and sur
rendered.'' Charles Faltlg has not beeq ap.
. It Is unlikoly I hat tho whisker of
mr. uugiies aro moistened with
Icars shed for tbo sufferings of HI
If Ilryor. had been witling In tint
autocracy as ho f!shls John nrlv.
corn, ho might still Im in tho Wjlwist
.. -? 1 o '
flrmany Is Called Down," say
a headline. ThaMs tho sofest thlsw
Germany has been called ht iswmy
-fs,-0rcfnv!ll8 8, 0.) J'Jtspi:,
hlO DK JA.tKlltO, July ts.4tas
resMilaUm of a Swedish eSBaiy
liavo mle 'jseofMwil ts Use Hraatl
last goventHisstt toofcrng to flat ssdsdv
llshwent f a prtol paper msnsfac
luritw pJant In Uw aUU f MMAa.
AssNstf 4ssr itlntijn to! t4
Ismi swimssssrt la Mas, of Iks titrf
of nweasary rnmrnmr,
Accordltig lo thwsiaaswy'a rtr.
tenUtlves, thre a sm aaxmsaiaae Of
neceMtry mtrl for print paper
manufftcturo in Pwrstia M'eiher
I-ocal publishers, who btv for
sossvo monMM heti utewplsd wHh
problems growing mil of Mm scar
city and hffli price of inrti
print paper, aro unasilmowtly ht fa
or of Iho manufacturing project.
In Iho mesntimn they are meeting
frequently lo dlsewM meaanres of
economy at which reduction In the
slau of newspafiers iml Increased
odvertlslflg rcs and s-.ihecrlpllon
prlcej were under consldcratlmt.
Uftn Is tM
Ily Atsoclatod Prcss.1
CHICAGO, III, July 3tMls$ May
Woods, nrclly hotel cashier, who
was aloncw It ti Samuel T. A. Iflls,
head of tht diamoud firm or Lofils
Ilrothers, when ho died suddenly in
Ills luxurious apartments' ;hcro last
n!;bt, today told Iho poWco Uftls
emiiiptod lo Iho floor e)ed after
I bey bad engaged In a "friendly
II Is iiecullar that presidents don'l
do belter. Heaven knows they re
ceive plenty or advice from Hie
newspapers. The Alchlson Weekly
Sorced to Reduce
DUE TO THE DELAY in paying of the
Troops this month we have had innumer
' able requests from our many patrons to
extend Our Sale 10 Days Longer,
f hitf We Have Decided to Do!
Plenty of Bargains For A J J !
. The many who have attended Our Sale
,;wiil vouch for our statement that this is THE
GREATEST REDUCTION SALE Ever Held
in Cokimbiii, and we are going TO GIVE YOU
ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY to take advantage
of our SLASH IN PRICES on everything in
j FEIN S
Dl'tfiJl, 7uy 11.- The nunibfr of
persons who aro victim of Um ir
few low IticrrnM-s weekly and the
mpriMe wblh lhy kit muM go
Uiruugit i exciUssgt if not emfrt
ae. Tho majority of Mwwe taken
by' tho military stre persons who
tass) in .lotassUeai .f vletaMn e
law bisi ltftspd al tlstntne
of a frisss IsijsmsiI mislsiitrht
The ueuel peoeohtr k IM: A
mliHary m?(or Iwry, filled wWt sot
iliers, each with a strong search
HgM, comee tsfi alongside tho imfor
wnstte ones and calif upon Ihem to
WklU A resjuesl Is nmdo for o pep
mil, and If, as ts usual, ihcro li none
fortsuiMsitMr, (he Dubllnlles arn laV
est mto custody, loanlid Info it truck,
which then proceeds on lis way.
From lima to tlmo Joyful eilUrns1
who have dined loo well are col
lected and Jom tho party. Whrn'the
searchers era through the wholo
load of violators aro Ukrn to Ihe
Bridewell prison, where they mini
spent tho night. It the offenders
r-nve lo be obviously Innocent till
ren, they aro released In tho item
ing and ra nona Iho worse off ex
rept for iho ride In Ihe lorry, which
they say Is Iho worst feature of tho
Frequently allcmpt aro mndo to
hide from the approaching lorries
but Uiei searchlights reach Iho In.
uermust corners of tho doorways
and passages, ami few escape.
nam mm- rmm r. visst v:!
m mnch: m cmnrtr.n
SFlTLE, July 2l)-Frank Coll,
rell, atlaborer, was out plucking lit
tlo hloseonts. He gathered himself
a nosegay rcpotJng In a garbage can
behind a florists shop. Florist had
bim pinched for prowling. He's con
victed and has appealed,
Whal has becomo of tho peak of
high prlres Hint was to bo reached
some months aguT Coition News,
A L Tiyfif it'
Methodist ehureh tfmnirnm,
I, i it a. m. Tio was aaww Tar
ler are sure of a Msbjeet estssffttisv
urrsWed and mterar sWkfed.
fcveryoste. rs frrrU, r.
tm. Rrteet IIssMot. wise tajssjp
fw 'ruralwtaSw' h"2SHefc e Hie
pec, ted eshiesjtlssi assd- stsstle ssV
iraclfong he Is getting a SM, sasra
"Ihrllts" In (he was f i nissailHissP''..
ahd bH rtehers. He wHt.' ittiWnlHi u
Columbue, Seturdey; Ausntet 1, '
Tho Ladles' AW" will hW Me
August 'busfnese meeting fii Hte
homo of tho peetdent, Mrs Meorr;
Wednesday, Atigvirt 4, Otio of tho
principal Items of bumes wl be
Ihe planning of a soelfrl ofrsr;M be
held at an early date. Mrmecrt'uro
urged lo atlrtid.
Fifty Is our minimum allendenjjn
post In Sunday school for the stun
nirr, IjhI Sunday wo fell nn be
low. Tomorrow wo Ought to tiavo
a( least flfly-otpv (o make dp for last (
Sunday's Inek. Hememlier to Invito
your friends ns you meet them on
Ihe street, to get artcr absentees end
II possible lo bring n new mttntier,.
Off Ibis, of course, in addition to
being on lime yourself, al 10 s.'bi.
Tlio residence of Mr. MM4n, at
Cimarron, was destroyed. Th'e fire
was or Incendiary origin, tho Chan
illrr family being away from homo
at the lime. It was onn or Iho finest
tesldences In Clnmrron.
Toilet psiter, 3 rolls, for 5V, nt (tie
Daily Courier office.