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THE eOLUMfiUS EEKKY COURIER
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Official Paper Lum County
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Offkkl finer Imm County
PMGKt 1W MOTM
Tibs Hermanas Stampede Is New Southwest
fir CMim swl Muhtk,
MONEY FOR -FiOOftCTOtS
frmHt (or Mann Unprecedented;
Moiiwhn Bikers F.HthtltIri
Pnwjtrrforn In 7th Hcaveq. ,
ljiit (Saturday evening llrigadier
General Howxe of Kl -Paso and Fort
Miss, arrived in Columbus and re
mained until Bilnday. Something
inoro than Camp Furlong and 24th
Infantry affairs had the call on flen
cral llowtu's linio and attention. i
fact his trip had to do only with tho
'Uonialio Mlno in the Tres Herinanaa
General Howie In conversation
with the editor wf the Courier said
that at last he felt able, In talk rreely
In regard In this mining properly.
He outlined the mining proposition
In tho Tres Hermanas and espeeally
tho company he I a director of and
ono bf llio principal stockholders
tho Romnhn as he saw it. ,
r-Tlio', general said thai when he
first'-became Interested in the com
pany ho t(dLso only after competent
geologists and 'engineers had pa nod
upon the properly ni it laid, and as
viilliiett;by' prominent awl rellabla
Tlm.e, Money, Pittlenre.
It has taken time and money ose
ruro title, and it then required
time, money and patience Ui securo
prominent brokers and permits in
lUilifornla iu sell tho slock issue.
iiiiiiiaiin iin)MT nnu iinaiiy cuiii
plied with all the requirements or
Ihi frlrict California laws, and it was
only Inst week that the brokers,
Tenny Williams & Co. .11U116 Pa-
rllic Klertrlc llullding, los Angetes,
(.al, bad secured Ibeir permit (from
the Hlale of California In sell stock
111 this mine,
(leueral Howie said from apnear-
Rprrs it was nraro difficult In gel
llio people of Columbus Interested
than It was (u get permits from
California. "However that may be"
tho flrneraf laughingly remarked,
"ono generally hai to go to a far off
city to. leant tho news of hs own
Hent Men In Komaho.
"What III" Itomahu people want.
Slid when I say ilomaho people, (
mean Attorney Hall or Las Cruccs,
nur own A. Imirrlckton, J. i,
Muck. W. K. Curry ami Dr. 8. a
Warren ammysclf, is not only tho
moral support of your pronto but a
showingat slock buying to back up
our nroKcrtj. renny wtiunms & tw
in tcllirig'tlock In tint rtomaha mine.
If tho broker can show that the
uiwii irum.' nni neiiinii 1110 propo
slllon they will bavo easy sailing."
While llio Courier In describing
the Itumahn mine lias rrieattilly
slated that tho assay showeil from
I2 to I5 per Ion of low grade en',
(lenernl It.twie slated thatiio bad
Msays slnraiiiK this Inunenso body
or (jw grade highly miueraiiteil ore
running' as high as (33 per Ion.
This statement I remarkable
when It Is taken Into consideration
thai these millions of Ions of ore
ran be mlued for II per Inn.
For the benefit of thoso who bavo
not visited the site it( this wonder
ful mining proposition It may bo
Mated that the nineteen claims
which comprise rtomahn holdings,
are at revel os a Texas plain.
Comprewwir Ordered front Kl Paw.
I ho Jlomalm noindn have in mcr-
allou a' 60 loreower Dtesscl en
gine anil havo ordered a compressor
IHilldlng of living quarters and
Hm Insinuation nr a coinnilnsat-y
will bo tlarled as soon at possible.
TJy mlno Is about ten miles from
Ciiluinbtt and Iho return trln may
bnS'ma'de in an hour. Tim nubile Is
invited In un there any bnur nf the
day. Tho hoist is now working, nlto
a crew of mhfer going steadily
imwu in n ;ino root level,
llrliL.firn. Koh7w VUtUi Mlnr.
Sunday morning llrigadier (liner
al Howtto visited tho mine site. In
Hi" party were A. Frederlrksnn, A.
I Jixuw, ). p. Mack, w. tf. Curry,
Mr. Will m Limit. fcdwaiit. Msny
ruIm visited Iho itVtsuntUur.
The Courier for tho PMl year hit
predicted a vcritahbi stampede in
Chi Tre Hermanas- In llio near future-
ami I he stampede I on now,
fur more, than fioo claims have Men
recorded at Deming, .
Staflsftc! Hm HOwffd.
Tho mountain are dally visited by
engineers .and geologist and' It J
their reports. Which are causing s'tjeh
a eentatlon in mining lluver experi
enced beforn in Columbus.
Among lite many deal and, Im
provement It may bo menH'oned
that n shaft will ho fyink immcdlate
ly )i J. P, Mack on Ilia own claim
4,000 fort west of tho Homafio mlno.
S3M? for M-Ha Option.
Dr. a y. Warren Itnd J. U Houg
land, who only reccrlly secured two
claims, arc among hn lucky ones.
Their claims ndjoltt th rtomnhn
rind were much snuaht nftrr iarly
In the week. Dr. Warren was Inter,
viewed hy a reporter and xtatnl that
'he had received an offer hot that he
was not In touch with hi partner
and that to far nothing had been
dons In rrgnrd to tho option hut that
tho olrer Mill hejd good. The offer,
he told tlin reporter for live Courier,
wasafor tiona down, 1 1000 in 30 days
and (28,or In W days--K!,ooo in all.
Drmlng People Buying Optloh.
One rranon wny Deming clUtrns
art! tteenmlng Interested I became.
Mr. Welscr a year cr ao ago sold
mining share In Doming In the Twn
Republic! mlno at a nominal price
of between 25 and 40 cents a iharo
and shortly I hereafter Mr Wclser
sold out and tho stockholders re
ceived about II for every one they
tnveilei. Naturally Mr. Welters
reputation Is established and hit fol.
lowing is incrraiing.
O. Weiser Bftewin 2MM.
Last week the Courier published
that 0, Wejirr of the Mclals -Kx-
pioratlon Company of Hanover, N.
M, liml. purchased claims of the
Manning brother in tho Tres ller-
manai for 1 15.0ft) and were obllgaU
eif trTapi'iid K.MI a month devrlnji
Ing llio properly. . .
Attn that the samo buyer had pur
chased rlaims from Tom Lackland.
J. M. Crump and F.ugrno Casey for
Dr. Warren 81U Mine Option.
Dr. a a Warren told llio Courier
that ho had disposed of n 00-day op
tion on lltreo claims In tlie Tres Her
manas for a locator In Deming peov.
pin ror a ronsiiieralimt or several
hundretl dollars, the lolal payment
to Ixi rAUiO.
Standi Put ror $30,060.
Oiin Oilumbus business man, own
lug a bunch of clslnw ln tho Tn-s
Jlermanat, was offered 7,000 rash
iai hrmay tor tils holdings, Ho is
holding out for $10,000 or nothing.
Courier Own Claim.
Adjoining the now famous lUiiia
ho mlno U a lonesome 20-acro claim
and it has been named The Dally
Courier, from present prdspecla It.
looKt iikn nut claim may support
Options on several claims In llio
Tres Hermanas which entild bavn
been purchased for llio price of fll-.
iiik mo paiieri jun one nmniu ago,
were sold to a Deming resident this
week hy n prospector who had not
performed tho nrsl years assess
ment work, for (3,000.
Grrrma'n Property Taken Over.
(leorge W. (lrayson working with
a Mr. Mitchell, has laken over Iho
Orechian properly northwest of
North Peak, ono tulle north of the I
iiomano, ami wilt commenco work
as soon as lilies am verified.
Tlirrr Mittmi Sell for I1.W0 Aider-,
O. M. flairs, mlno surveyor. Ve-
jenlay sold (o II. Dial ttf Ofmlng
inrec clalmsjor (3,000,
.Hlnlntf, Not, (HI.
'In the Courier U looks like Hie
best proposition Imaginable for Col
umbus nnd for Iho business men of
the community. It is not an nit pro.
position. Oil Is very pood In its way
and a prospective gusher creates en
thusiasm which like the oil, if you
get II, toou peter out. Hut mines
and mining when you can sea it and
when It Is demonstrated that before
you and vniier you are millions of
ions or payuirt, that different.
fleneral Jlowxo sa d Ra ttrdav
night that it means a mill for Col
umbtts and hundred of people
working with a regular pay day.
IIKHOCKATH MILKCT THKWt
n. m. m)mcau omva
Santa Ke, N. M. Bent. SO.-'rho
personnel of the Democratic stalo
liradnuarlers hero was made known
today, the bureau chief being ns
(o lows: nuance, 0. a. Marrnn, At
l.iluuennie. nruBiilxstlon, K. K. Ven
tier, Las Vegnsj speakers; John H,
McManus: leglslnltve, John Morrow.
Itatntii women, Mrs. John Docker,
lieideiii legal. M. J. llchnirk. At
buquerque; publicity, M L. Fox, Al
Judge Richard H. Hanna
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Democratic Candidate (or
Gov. Cox in Wreck
Makes Short Speech at Deming
Doming and Lolumbus were star
tled yesterday morning with the an
nouncement that (loM'inor Cox. Hie
democratic cnndldale for Hie Pr
idency of Iho fluted Slates, would
pais through Deming al II o'clock In
(he morning and would ndilross'tho
cillirns for a few minule. '
This all enmo nhuiil by Iho dov
ernor's train being In a wreck iu
Ariiona near Pboeitix. Tho nillriKid
officlnls dctoured the train In n
roundabout way wliloh while it wn
u dtsappouitmeul In yeverul eittr.
where he was schntuhil to spenV
was liailed with dellgbi by demo
crals and republicans alike In Dem
Attorney Viiugbl hennl of Hie de
louring In Silver City and remained
up all night phoning Deming pen
pie to be at Iho train and also lo
spread the news (u their neighbor.-
County Clerk Pierre Hughes te
serves tho honors for the Detuuix
program. As the train pulled into
Denting Mr. Hughes boarded the
Governor's cur and wn.t mel by the
ousters Cox managers and his per
7,;'itf" .. t. i' i".
sonal physician ami I hey said it was
'., ,, , , ' . ,, ,,,, n,
"Consistency Thou Art a Jewel";
I (Mi JUhrcrtisiof Aftucy,
AfiiilrM. N. Utile
lay to th,t orttc of Columbus Courier $ 7 4?
Setien and 47 1 100
To trijr Strat National Sank
vi nf Jvllmnurrqur. si, m. j gy
Several days ago (ho Columbus
Courier recelvwl a check for (7.1,
of Avhlch Hm above is n roe simile,
as payment for a polilieal advertise
ment nf the virtue or the Mate und
l.nlkmnl republlclt lici.cl. The check
ws promntry ix'tunted. In ex
plnnnlioit I lift thinner xtntet Hial it
columns are open at uny uuie in
county r.ttrl local republicans no
lievltib' that the. candidate of bum
Governor ofNetf frlcAIco
orisen. Mr. Hughes was olNlurate,
saying Hint he bad (teen phoning
nil night and Hut thousands of peo
ple from over the county would be
diapH)Jnled and that all Hie big
hugsTfii democracy were lliere mid
thai -life srlniol had been dismissed
mi teacher and pupils could see
and bear the Tuturu president of
the United Slab. '
timuruor Cox' physician ami the
managers relented uud said Dial
ihey would see that Hie crowd wits
no( distippolntcd. '
Mr. IIiirIihs wns then taken (u the
Miveni'ii'' eompnrliueiit ami inlro
duccil and Hie mtly then took po
iitious on the rear plntforut and
between the cheers by the mulli
Mldi! and the noise made by moxliu
trains tho rytltnr or the Courier
heard Governor Cox greet his audl
-i in. ...in, ii,..
mullipllcity nf children in tills seml
arld country," and the Governor'
eyes roamed along Iho second story
of tho depot which was Jammed
wlllt .school children. Ilcferrlng
later on to the league, of nations, Mr.
Cox Impressed the crowd by saying,
"Tho cost of one battleship will re-
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Sept. 2Q.t920 till
GrsoM Airttllk Aftscy
IHilltlcal. iiartles should in fuirnon
liavu an equal chunro especially as
lite Columbus Courier U tho offl
rial newspaper or Ltntn Omnly ami
(lie only newspaper published in
Columbus. Th Courier cmphalir
ally slate it will not sell it ad
vertising spar" ui tiny, price to ny
'lie who wishes lo tout the enn-
dldnry of lite republican slnlo and
nniionai lunulnees Tho Courier be
it known U a dguiocruliG newspaper
H ANNA GIVENIAil ROADS LEAD
tleiiiiM-rntle Candidate for (iovrrnor
(Jrrrlcd hy Hrpubllrsns Hrnlr
oils of Kupportlno Him.
WtWUKSI It RftHUCAN
At Kro' IV'inl Kepubllcaiw (Utinc
l onviinl (iM-ui aiin lirmsndeu
Clayton. N. M. Hs-ttL IH. i'lie cam-
palsn lour uf llnnna, Luccni and
Putney was a lriumph.il ono ror tho
candidates nt Santn llnsa, Puerta de
Luna, Cuervo. Montnyn, Tucitmcari,
Niirn Vlu. AutUtad and Clayton.
The audience taxed Hie largest halls
lo capacity and all llio speeches have
lieen cheered In the echo.
Al every point republican have
come forward and openly asked for
Hanna bullous. I.ai uighi Jitiigo
Hanna wns introduced by Dr. Mills
wbii said ho had always been a re
publican and means lo remain one,
bill that lie and many olncr saw-
clearly that tho time had come for
smashing the ring in jvew Nexieo.
Ono Man Lria4titrf.
Judeo Hanna has everywhere cen
tcreil his speeches on the necessity
for rcdistricllng tho stalo so as to
allow Iho majority U rule. Ho show-
ni bow San Miguel. Socorro and San
dovat rountles have a dominnnt
voire in the election of eight nut of
twenty-four stain srnalora.
He said here. Utat the bossridden
the democratic platlurm a general
lv outlined, bul Avoided reference
lo any redisricting of Iho slate so
a in im v ii renriuontauve co em
inent. The legitlaturo is controlled
now by ono man and that man is
controlled by the mining interests,
he said, which demand that they
shall not be taxed upon Iho same
basts as other property as mines
are taxed In the neighboring stale of
Arlsona. While declaring for revis
ion of mlno taxes In the pisiform.
an.rirort Is liciug made to pack the
senate against any change.
Luccni a Happy Speaker.
Lucent Is always a happy speak'
er, and Putney has dovciopeti into
a campaign orator such as suldom
has becu heard lit the slate. Audi
euros call tor him to "go on' when
ho is about lo close In speeches
und he is cheered almost every
minute he is on Hie plutform.
Terror to Ilolllruucr Appointed.
New York, Sept :"0.--James a
8licvltn, lormer pndillnlion eulorce
tuetii uirircr ror the .New urk dis
trtct, lias been transferred to llio
Jurisdictlott embracing Anions,
exat, Oklalioma, and New Mexico.
Mr. Shcvlin was sunerseded hero bv
Frank L. llo)d, it was learned hero
claim 200,000 acres of Ibis desert
land and under a democratic admin.
1st t at ion and a league of nations litis
statement would become an appar
ent fact," The audience yelled and
cheered and after u talk of four, or
live minutes (Juvcrnor Cox waved
adieu to Ins smiling and cheering
(juvcrnor Cox although hoarse of
voice mado a splendid appearance,
dressed in a gray suit, low collar.
black tie, with neither stickpin nor
stud, nor rings.
Mrs. -C. C llogcrs, wile or Probate
Jitdge Hogers, was a happy woman
and Governor Cox' visit will linger
long In her memory. It happened
(lit wise. Mr, linger and her
married daughter and granddaugh
ter wcro al the train. Thl jwrtlcu
lar granddaughter is a remarkably
handsome child, with q faco and
eyes of a Madonna. She attracted
the attention nf tho Governor, as kbo
docs the cttenlion of all who conto
in contact Willi her.- Onvcrnor Cos
saw licr. Ho expressed his admira
tion 'or her beauty nd held a con-
verMtlon with her mother. Judgo
C C say that was honor enough,
ihii ii would not stop Dint making a
thorough canvas for votes for Pro-
Wilson Kilgoro, editor of tho Cou
rier, was the guest of James I.,
Greenwood, candidate for the tlato
legislature, and hi wife as well (is
MaslPr Herbert, in a quick molor
trip ib Deming lo hear Governor
ColnnibiM Pnlrlotle Hrmnrratsi WIN
Ix'avr l.n Mass lor Nlg MaMy
CHIMR MCMESTM MES
Krprtltlim of Hemtete AffasV Kx-
ih-cImI WTten the Alte
Wm More Than 3M.
Tho Annory In Denting litis even
ing will bn (he one place where dem
ocrats throughout the county wilt
meet for Hie purposo ,f exclistupng
views, listening to spellbinder and
dance to lite dreamy strains of Ilia
best musical organisation In tho
If all promises are kept, and Col
umbus democrat are noted for Iheir
ability tu slick and vote together,
Ibcm will bo more iiconle there
from this city than al any ono Unto
In tho past and no exception are
madf to "court lime."
James L. Greenwood' full or
chestra will furnish tho music for
Hie dance, and the list of seeakcra
on subject timely for the occasion
win ho held down lo lite inlRlnmin
In order to give candidate and
dancer time to enjoy themsclvr.
llcmembcring Hondales experi
ence In furnishing refreshments.
the eplcurian committee have or
Jf ym-live-nol-nMirrd transpor
tation scurry around, there will bn
room in someone' car for you.
The affair al Houdalc last Friday
night will never be forgotten by
(he oldest Inhabitant. Preparation
wcro for a ntco little democratic
lea parly. A comfortable crowd was
there al ? o'clock and from then on
till midnight all headlights were
gleaming llondale way. Many 'ma
chines were lost and gave iif trying
to find Hondalo and a it was 75
oulos Including trucks carrying
more than 900 people attended" ttio
Dancing was continuous vvilh tho
exception of two Interruptions
addresses by several sHakcra and
Forrest Fielder, the promising
democratic candidate ror district at
torney wa introduced by Deputy
Sheriff Kane of Columbus and start
ed the political ball rolling by .ex
plaining lo Hm many ladies there
what the democratic party bad done
and hoped Iu do for surrragc, and Ut
the men ho had a few words for
democracy and the League of Na
tions. Mr. Fielder's address wa
well received by tho largo crowd
present. After salvos of applause
ho introduced James L. Greenwood,
candidate fur (he stale legislature.
Mr. Greenwood was in good voleo
and Hie crowd was sillied as ho ex.
plained hi cxiieetalion and anti
cipations as a incomer of Ilia next
legislature. Hi statement that the
first vole be ever cast yean aw In
Oklahoma was for woman tuff ruga
brought cheer and cheer front all..
Mr. Greenwood oko ten minulea
and it was Hie consensus of (min
imi of oil present that hi Ideas and
expressions represented sincerity
Itself and he rlosed with a houW
full nf well wishes for his career-'gs
i member of the next legislature of
no mate oi new Mexico. y
Judge llogcrs. always a timVIv unit
haiinv MM'Lrr vn hHi-rnn. ii'.Air
but tils sonorous vttice reached (ho
overflow crowd downtlalrs and wan
only stilled by tho applause of 350
luroais aim pair or hands.
The dance broke up, at I M a, ni,
nnd it was daylight when (ho last
or the straggler reached Columbus.
airs, tierirudo nanse reporter
rot- the Denting Orarvhle, describe
the cveniug as followgt
The dunce given hy ib ti,no
cralM candldalrs al Hoiidslc un Fri
day, September 17, Was aiVinmiensn
success. Mnro than ?7i gathered a
enjoy the hosnlUillly of (m
inolers. Iluitdnle annrecliiteV tUo
alteiidancp nf a large ntlHiber if.
guests funi Coluttdnis, who Wssm
partly to show IMr eMem Itsr
tltelr feHiw (ownsmau, J, L. Gfwn
woixl, and partly for Iho nirhior
I'imxI spirit i ( ninmK 'lta.itvniiiK
kitcces. A more Jolly. oMerly Ma