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IN MY OFJir.r IfcUMBUS flMLT COURIER B W I I 'I in UWIll(l o 'in I I I MAJMftM, NRW MCHOO. WRDXMOAY, MM S3, 10 Only DaHy Paper In Luna Cowtir IBHlBffl ti'l6 GRAPHIC IIS UUMIBA1!!2B7 (By AwOcfaCed Fir') LINCOLN, Nth, Juno tt.lleK In; iiiil Dramcntllo cnfhi, WMMmh JtSifi Hryatt, In .as pcrTho Ommmwr," May declare thai WHfhwis Ws Wc-AeW Is fwfiii r,-jad m pmMnitM cwt4Mto "by fife ckm tvMkmdlfi with (Ha IimWmiI," wWto fnMMmi Wood- row W-akkMt Mm rs Hi jaw. VMtMe Vo cat yoft "N"1 sweated wNb tywlal force," wnA kn would "funtkik murk far ill I lis f reWeV mmwJ." However, Ntt isHttte, MeAiiwi tiM a-trf wtjWt among Itfa-wMre earn er. ' gcttalor Hofccrt l (fweii uf Okla homa mt) Secretary f Agriculture McrcdHh wern described hy llryatt ai -being among (ho few available. -men thut far mentioned To be avHbtn Dili year, Hryan tasterls, ) eanlidalo mint he known mi ko "ior woman iuirrec, proniui " lion, mil tcaliut Wall tr.'rt - Hr Aajoatatod htm. iww rdML m. rH im il- OWatl ftNitwn JhJ iWk Cr. otwralev h( a taw rlifwM (tore In thai eil- and ent4M ff futerMt wiMi mm ilinHii eM HniU M'akwr eHl, wm WhNt Iwtktel rti W (wall Frwterkk 0pH vfw wil(W! Jtvsrph lfll merthtiaMe man ,; Charles wwHter,. clouting tatyer, kirflctcd on tho same (Ily Awoolad-d Hroi. LOS AN0KLE8, Chi. Juno 23-A .tight earthquake ahoe k at 4 o'clock Ihfi morning, which waa chiefly fell in llio southern section of Lw An gels anil at Inglcwood, which us- Inlnod tlm heaviest damago In the hock of Monday night, waa reported llils m:rnlnj. The quaki ratllrd biilldlnfri but caunl no damage. JMictiM if H Fir Cmt (Uy AMoclatetl I'rvaa. KANBAB CITY. Mo. June 23, ; general mine I Ion of about 10 per ceni in lumbjr prtcei was made er- fcctl ve In all retail tuinber yanla In Kanaaa City today. Tho reduction .ranges from 5,om to 115,000. S CflfHamaMar al WMajr . IHy Aoelletl lrow.J WASHINGTON, D. C. June Kl--f FieSTikHijWrtii!! tiSrnK-r met wn'to Uw!'!ifrod tUitior Boa hi at Chjedjo urglflfl It to iinmnliatcly ' iiwko an awanl In the wage crmtro- ery. Tho text of the me.tiiigc wai (jiipl nisilji public. FaXs k Frki, Tn Uy Associated Press. . MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. June 23, A lower wheat market tho first fnw days of the present week was re pOMlble for tho decline of 20 to 30 cents barrel In thn price of flour naro'iouay. BALOONKEEl'ER HAI't'V NOW. ' A Fort Worth tTexa) saloon Iseept-r who was peeved nl first when prnblbitlon stopiied his busl ncss, made his place a restaurant Instead ami got ,so much palnnago that he begun to take a live Interest in It. Ila put In Improvements and has paid an Income tax on 60,ooo. after what tio ays was tho pleasant' est years work of hli nfe. Now li fays he doesn't favor even light wjne and bcor. In iLpllC rail A. M Uy Associated Press. WASHINGTON, U C Juno 23. luformatlon prrpaml for Secretary cf the Treasury I'ayne, who is alto director general of the flallroad Ad ministration, Indicated unless. luwur nnces wcro given Immediately to lailway workers that a waee adjust ment might bo expected soon an m authorised strlko of trainmen at I'hiladclnhla. lltltlinore and many other points might not bo opposed runner py me promernoous. McAM4's Kmn Wi k K r ( wyriV)otstA rK -tv KAN8AK CITY. Mo. Juno 0.-ln n tislegraiu rerefved hern-toilatfjjtc'in I'ueblo, Colorado, from tho train hearing the Missouri delegation to Dm Demoerallc national convention at San Krancisro. Uurrls A. Jenkins, It was anilounrml, has definitely dtv tided to jiliico the name or William 1. McAdoo tiefore tho Democratic national ronvrntlon for tho presl uenllal nomination. CMBTK KMHKS TMof Kly of tho Demlng Unihlc ta ft swivel chair, heels 'atop the iswhowny, arms klmta ad mi amy somhrei-o tlllwJ towlanl thv muve-colore background, McUtt lo a rH hesdrd stenographer a p- lr ry paiilinr ahot, or to be esctly correct, many shots, at the Demo- cralJe Headlight, tlm Graphic's rlral newspaper In Doming, and My ev), dently tnjoya every scnU-nco ho dic tates, Hut he overlooked one Im portant FACT. Wlillo the Headlight for year lias enjoyed tho cmmly patronage, as regards printings the Graphic also has had It fling at II nut the COlumhua Courier, fit its eleven years' existence, so far as (tie memory of the oldest inhabitant' goes, never received, and probably lor thai mailer never merited, n ilol lar'a worth of county printing. liul Luna county Is a largo rounly and cities change as well as condi tion, ami Gdunitnis Is a large, very large, putt of Luna county. And Columbus, as become a mod est but growing city, is rominginln uer own, ami mere are men oi af fairs in this rounly of Luna who honestly believe, and prove It by their arts, thai the Columbus Cou- ler Is entitled at least once in a titles to officially and teanlly rep resent this rounly. hollowing Is front this week's (trophic, commenting iiou (ho Co lumbus Courier being duly ami of ficially appointed as the official newspaper of Luna county: (From the Demlng Graphic. IT'S AWFUL. MAI1KLI WIIATH TO lIC DONKt Columbus Is Made Official County Newspaper and Gets In I'ttbllsh Delinquent Tax List. CU'l-l'T HIT ML' ITII-I till! ......... w. I Wl.l ...,., I mi tissiitss. nun.uf.i.i uL. iisin "f4 in inrBTia, ninnjf.Hin nn. . HurXbmwLHuffalocnKms- lly Associated Press. llEHLtN. Ocrinaity, Juno 23.-lk'v- eral persons were today reported to liavo been killed at Ulia Wurtlem tK-rg, during tho course of the riot- out dcmontlrallona agniutl tie high cost of food. Similar demonstrations nro reported -from other parts of ticunsny, A new eleclrio switch for usa hi places employing many persons uu familiar with electricity is so en rlosed, in a box that tho latter can not bn opened wliljo tho awllh Is cnnvryliig current. ONYX TONIGHT 1 .WHMtMM FOX (HT'llU Eyely Nesbit FALLEN IDOL A Uy of sensAtlnnal in teresl aurt gripping ro. mance, picturing ovo and vlllahy In Hawaii with per ils that lMset a princess of Iho'lroplcR. Akm ttwitj in1 a wir on, of ike hf ksla fttwaya rssMml Hi a jwi'th1 iSwoii. To date, wo haven't utlflH. .'till MhhiI tao lltrte wo Ifckk wfi afe atiliM? to Ih4 It the tte orgwt Ifatlon "tests wise" jhH tomes to (he ifsrjje of the locaf ttwuhrit bearer of tho party of Jefferson, To what f'uree of help thb aforesaid stand d beartr will turn how Is n matter ttumorous conjecture on tho part ol tho Graphic. Wlillo we don't like 10 see Oolummn built up at the ex ttenio or tli") taxpayers of Doming, i4iil poetic justice as a reward for fclflihnoss td avarice has Its ap peal. Tho local Democratic organ Vrtuld neither divide (he "swag' nor ijinsenl lo let ihV county printing tl tho IiwmI bidder. Heme tho taxpayer oLiiiir rounly have paid slid pabl-ve ami are sllll paying ftir D.'iueSlij piftllelty which It nally doettf? need. The Itiouundt i(f dollars jlhal could have tieen nuveii eouiu nave iteen m-uer in Vested in rural srhnids or roads. Anyway. Hie Democratic national commlllees (list its toyil tup i-orti-rs are paid for runitluu tli( plate mattrr vvhtch Is sent nut pre nrding every national convention. It ii great stuff, ami well ralculaled to warm Hie hetrts of all I lie Demo reals In Luna rnutity and there nre plenty of them. It Is n rate of "sour grapes" with She Graphlr. The patronage bat utile two Democratic papers thrive here only (hip Hi rove before, and tiere Is some roinprnsstlnn In view in the mad scramble for nan The fnvnavers nushl lo enlov it. loo. foe rttey are payiag for Hie show. Smte- Is going' In. have In go In work T a few more Democratic newspa per Ix-giii publication in Luna ctMtnlv . .rtCO HKNIIS MAN in mm i - 1. 1 fiv.-vii YsVaWM Mali Malairiiy IH, aVl aayHaVaVi aVaasjL. Tito I loan I of County Commission- crs met Friday at the court hoio und voted to make the Columbus Courier the official rounly news paer. The Drilling Headlight ha been the official county organ for year and what could have xepa rated it from Hie rlrh political pup Is one of tho secrets of tho Demo cratic organliutlon of Luna rounly Tho publication of tho delinquent tax list alone is worth well over a thousand dollars n year, besides the 'printing of forms and other matter that made It "easy pickings." The Headlight can console Itself that It U sllll the official cily newspaper and carry this Important fart at lite head of its editorial column. The pMmnage, however, of the city Is nl such "raty money, and is hard to collect because of the deficit in the ally treasury. No doubt there will Im a big "holler" In some qunr lers when Hie terrible tnilh soaks in. Patronage to Columbus. The taking of tho county patron- ago to Cnluuibus is evidence of the fuel Dial (here I another strong Democratic paper In the county of which Postmaster L. L. llurkheniL delegate lo tho slate and national Democratic convention, Is (he guard ian angel. He purchased a half in (crest in tie publication front Wllfon Kllgore. late nrrlvol from Georgia, who has been editing the sheet H'hey changed from a weekly to a dally publication, and In other way showed I hat they were alive tit the possibilities and privileges of Democrnto sheet Willi a little pep" In It- Willi lite legitimate btttlness originating in Coltimims. the hJp of the Democratic itlal" organization and the rounly print lug. they should have tin trouble in making a "go of IL To date Ihey havo made Demoornllc newspaper publishing In tho county seal much less attractive than of yore. Tlm firm of Kllgore and, llurkhcad mi impressed the Democratic county candidate with tho crowing impor lance of Columbus a a plaro In gel or loso volet (hit fall thit tho conn ly orgaiiltallQii is making every ef fort iiossihlo lo whiIjii' (he powers that be In tho border community Iteming, as a Democratic slfonghold, i taken for grunted. At the present time nothing Is too good for the t'llliens of Columbus Tito Graphic' Democratic friends I HANTA FK N. M. June 23. Ihttr Setlgtnsn of this city, chair! of Ihe Democratic sidle committee and on of (he delegates In Hie na tional runventfin at Pan Francisco, left firlhaL Hilnt June 21 by auto- BHimie,,-iccymioniecl ny ills wife, Tlio cHfr'A'legTiles. II In number, w hieavBAVflHtH'i no next lew itavs. ihoSOTqwitrlieftorlhffn part itf Hie Mate going hy way of Denver and tboie from tlm roulhent part going by way of El Paso. It beenmr known June Ut that A. 11. Bllnup of .lliii(nieriiie. nllor Ley for the Anli-Xalnon U-agui' In New Mexico, and IL E. Farley, sit t'rtriident of Ihe leaRUe In Arizona will attend the Democratic national convention lo fight against the in rr,riorotlon of a "wet" plank In the pisiform. In rase surh a move it undertaken. Senator A A. Jones, while In Ban Francisco, will make his heiulqtian- lers at the palace lintel. Tito New Mexico delegales will slop at (ho P.nlilwin and PL Francis hold Tho New Motleo delegation Is not Intlntcled. An attempt was made at tho stnle convention which was held at llotwell on June 3 to endorse William Gibh McAdoo. but it was iitisurcexiful. WKSm WhI I WM (By Associstvd Press. NEW YOHK, N. Y, Juno ttr- Charlea V. Murphy. Tammany Hall leader, was one of six iiletl Indicted today hy tho grand Jury Investigat ing alleged attempts of Murphy to Intimidate Louis Harlog, a manufac turer. Into .returning tia.ooo which Mtiphy Invemed with Harrlog' com pany during. lite war. Indi FafMiiaf m Stmts lwiiii hill Itli ItfttH (Uy Associated Press. I INDONDEIIIIY. Ireland, June 23. No reseallnn was reported today In Ihe battle between the Unionist and Nationalist faction which ha kept lndonderry In a lerrorslrlcken slate for some day last patL Dur ing tho night rival factious erected mldlllonal barricades from which ley kepi up a continuous fire. At unci) the thnolliig reached the In unity of volleys. WEEKLY MEETING OF VII.LXCi: ROAM) THL'KTEEH Columbus. N. ,M June 22, lUJO. Im lioard of Trustees met In rrg Ular session. Mayor J. A. lllair waS lirusenU a wen' the following Irus lee--ll. W. Elliott. A Frederlckson. William Klein and C II. McAutey Ihe minutes of the last meeting were read ami approved as correct I. alter which the following bills were read: Edwin O. Dean, miscel iHtieous exix'tite, Kt; Mnmsen-Duntte-gan-Hyan (Vnnpsny. pump leathers, K.37: Arthur Illoch. survey. ilO.cn I- T. HIJar. refund on auto license, ttO.lH; J. L. GreemvoiMl, insurance cu trucks, tM2t; A. U Taylor, one lank. IIW); A. Frederlckson. street hshl. 912m Motion by Tmstee Prwlerlcksott, eeonded by Tnnlee MeAulry that all bills le allowed and warrants or- ilrred Issuetl for ssme. Motion -ear- rd. The vote: II, W. Ellioll. yea A. lYixlerirkson, yeaj William Klein, ansenc u- II. wr.Mitey. yea It. U llurkhead of the Columbus Dolly Courier, one nf Ihe delegales to- ihn Ban Fratteleo convent Ion, leaves on Ihn evening train for Los Angeles where he will meet with nlher prominent politicians on their wayi'to the convention. Mr. Ilurk 1 1 end, being on tho "scene" and in truc.lt Willi Hip various developing phases Of Ihe convent Ion, will wire dally report bo sees I be situa tion and the Dally Courier readers will he amirnl of first-hand tnfor matiott. XVLIA AltRIVICS AT MIMNC VM WITH ADDED FOLLOWERS Franclsro Villa, who wo reported at Villa do Allende. a few miles south of the-l'arral-Jimlnei branch, I'rldny evening, has arrived at San Fianclsen do Oro, a mining i'olnt fnw nllles aotilh of Parral, Monday, according Ip reports received In El Paso lalo Mondav cvcnlmi. Villa is sftld lo havo 600 men with him and Is accompanied by Nicolas I'crnantlet. Ho Is reported lo havo tecwed arnw for several hundred lecnilt wlillo on his recent excur sion o Ihe eatl of the Mexican Cen tral railroad,: Thua far Villa has had 410 rlaslte with federal troops, according In re- ports, and il i Nlleved that Ms purpose tu goingHo Parral Is la en force demands made on mining coin- ponies ftr wyment. Unless he Is dilven frri'm this vrlnily Immediate, ly he has thn power lo enforce hi it m our mt Not altogether ttttcxiieclcdty last Ihurtdsy the drill In the Florida well west of tho city dropped into oil sand and tho dell.ille showing of oil at I WW feel canned eolivtdeN able excltemcul in Dcmimj. Thcro it about COO feel of wafer In tint well, however, and it is not defi nitely known yet Just how much nil the stratum will produce. II I thought that it can not be more than seven or eight feel thick and that the amount of nil contained can not be large, flailing from Ihe bottom of the well last Hunday disclosed a tatlsfactory condition, msny visitor rarrylng away sample of oil skint. men from thn lop of Ihe water or extracted from the sand. Immediately on encountering tlm I sand the well wa shut down. litem Iwing 600 feet of the well lilt- protected by easing which Is now tieing iiiKiaiieu. ai me completion of this work Hie drilling will con tinue. Oil formations have been fiequent since the pasnlng of the Miroot mark and each new one has contained tn?ltrr hnwlno I ban the 'otto preceding. It is prcdlrted that a good pumping well will lie devcl cpeil liefnre reaching 2000 feet. How ever, the drill will keep on until slopped by an Impervious stratum. It is believed thai the main pool will be lapped short of 2100 feet. J. A. Mahoney. A, W. IVtllard and (. U Hater have had no trouble in telling the Irase offered to (he public for financing the writ, and 11 is thought that Ihn money to com plete the well will not be lacking. Lease holder within a Hire mile radium nf thn well are turning in it quarter of their hoi and I- mg stock In Ihe Florida well ( ex change. These are Ihe leases Wnc offered In the public by the (tewte-, nuti liefnre mentioned. Work on ttie Angelns well east of the city is going forward, somn trouble being encountered Iwcauso nf'lire'mitrtKarid an(I'fsllurV in Ihe w. 11. sproai was appoittKH i.uyi ,, del very of casing lhal itiilsl Attorney. Motion byTruslee Elliott, second wl by Trustee Froderirkson, llial Ihe appolnlmvitt of W H. Piiroat as C'ly Allorney Im' eonflrmed. Motion carriiil. The vote: fl. W. ElllolL ea; A. Frederlekson. yea: William Klein, yea; C II. McAuley, yea. There being no further business Hie Hoard of Truttern adjourned. J. II. nLADL Mayor EDWIN 0. DEN. Clerk. TI10 OFFICElt WHO ISSUED UST CONn-DKIlATK OHHEK DIES IN WYOMING SHHIHDAN. Wyo. June 23.-Dah- uey M. Pcales, a lieutenant comman der in the Confederate naval forces, who was reputed to have given the hi tl official Confederate order dur ing Ihe Civil War, died In a local hospital recently. Scales, who was a i;radi'Bte of Hie naval academy at AnuaiMili. served the Dulled Stale a naval officer in (he 8panlth American War. Hefore lie moved here two year ago Scales was a sroutmattrr In Memphis, Tennessee, drtplle the fact thai be was then 75 year old. lo driven ahead of the drill. well Is down atHmt'.HW feet. Forrest McKlnley Is due here lo make final arrangements for a block of lease lo go to a large New York eil exploration company. Thimi lease will prolnbly bo Iocs lei I north rf the city. Mrs. Matthews rersirt thai hlin b'as almost enough leases signed 'in Ihe tola and llondalo sections 'In ckiso a deal with a large oil coin- i.nnv In nlsre a test rhr on tlio ground. There is now mi truubte'lo get reliable companies lo drill ir enough leatei can bo obtained 'In induce (Item to enter the field". -Iteming Graphic. i CERMANS FOHM NEW CAWNtX (Ily Associated Press.. LONDON, England. June 23. The formallou of Ihe pew German cabinet It today reHrlcd by tho Times, which says that new men have been found a couple 0 ffll In llio ministry. When some eoplo lose their minds their friend would ueer know it utiles told of tho fart, ( I have (rled fnf years to turn Ihejdemanils by culling power line o ,tounly print In ovei; lo tho Graphic I tho various mlnct from tho Hoqull ond thu presiding eculur, when Ids dam, COLUMBUS THEATER TONIGHT IIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIinillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHII4 William; Russell in; LEAVE IT TO ME New William Fox PrtHtWd ' Alio Bull' Eye CwaKaty; "THIS WAY OUT" Femrii Gale Hry I- 14 4 till ap