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H iiimifwi mmm . inmiUiHl in
t Columbus Theater 8
I SUNDAY, 27th J
Im kcr newest ani txrt picture
Frob LeRoy Scott' Scntatioaal
Novel of Pleasure iu New York
y Reels . 7 Reels
Don't Miss This!
FJH Hnvr fiuml.
Myre Weeks l vlilllng Lieutenant
tiul Mr. Kill at their quarter.
Party at the Homrr Mani.
Mr. Homer Mason entertained In
honor of her daughter. Mr. Camp
111, Tuesday. .
In Honor of Mrs. Cooper.
Mr. Williams entertained thU
week in lienor of Mrs. Cooper, who
will toon rrturn lo her home In Sew
Friday Afternoon CJnli Wert.
Mr. W. II. Wlillt entertained the
ladle of the club In quarter Friday
Mr. Jones ami Mr. White won the
The Williams GotuEI Pa..
Captain II. L. Williams ami Mr.
Wllllanu go lo El Paso fur a month
or longer. Captain William li on
I lie board of examiners.
Pollard i Stmwt, rhmte t7.
Th Columbus Telephone Com-
pnny yesterday Installed a telephone
for Pollard & Sproal. W. It. Bproat
Ik not a disciple of "luck In odd
number," to bo told Henry Hurlon
til give him ono of each. Henry
flipped him a 4 and a 7.
Capln & Sons' Phone Is SMdou.
Capin & Sons' phono number It H.
I'll III t Capln It not at all stipend
tioti. He says business is good.
xt month tltt enlcrprUing (Inn
of tallow and riot tilers will oien
"Hie Model." which will lie located
In the new Frost building on West
New Switchboard In.
Henry Ihirton of the Columbus
Telephone Company ha lnlalled a
a new switrhlioard and It was some
achievement, as the work was done
without any interruption of the reg
ular business. This week ha It in
stalling phones In business house
(hat have been patiently walling.
No Ball Came Sunday.
Captain MrKrniy riorts there
will lie no ball jrswn Sunday, as the
learn wants to get whipped Into
better shape. While and Kill have
r.f!upUrd In work Ihem out and trim
vjt llie rough edges so Ihey can
kcklc Doming again. Watch us the
liexl lluio out with Demlng. We'll
hang one onion Iheni sure for the
two defeats handed ti recently.
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f.T yur aubacripllon In Uie Dally
tVnjrfer expirrs at any limn DURING
Ihei mnnllvpay It up unlll the first
il the following ninnlh. and then
nn.tho first of each month, or as far
Ii'ii advances at you wish. It simplifies
l-ookkceplro, and it will put more
.joy, mill iiir iiir ui in- i-irruiuiur.
Subscription Invariably aro in ad
vance. ItUrl Oark Swumcr Rate.
' Ralea for tttei summer Weekly
rale by the month:
OuUidn room, one lied, one- person,
wl: two pennle. W.
toslilo room, oue brtl, one person,
II; two Bconle. 85.
.These rule only apply to permnt
temiiutng one month,
,RlM betn July. I.
ifi$x - J. J. CLARK, J'rpp.
!i mrv. U the. tre ' t
"7- .r uui tar alVuMnnthS
Sfrifii'T"- bi lie Trw Mr:
oiutmu. ntemJora. Callfonila.
ITT wilorlng llw
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EVICTED BUT IN DEMAND
air. Margtret Stantoo. tb itrst
evicted tvnaot to mora lto the lent
colony la Kevtrk, N. J, tins rtcelred
thrr proposals of maiTtef frutn men
wbo are loeiesom ud are seeking a
wife. Tbey bad read about tr being
tided with her (oar cMI4ren. And
at aba wis a widow they made bold
to offer tlielr bomoa, weateh and
bemrtt to bar.
I could send all of our Columbus
(riends a "alleo of tho green Hope,
your oil guiher comes iu and your
oily keejj on spreading ouL Wc
have a longing lo return.
Ilnrhlta Inmertor In Totin. -
Intneclor llobiuson n( Hartilla wn
seeing tne slglit In (lumbus to. lay.
iUlecor lllggs was showing him
Knburban Klecllon Postponed.
Tho election for tho admission of
residents In the northwest addition
In the Village of Columbus lias bent
poul ponrd for technical reanont un
til Ihn first week In August
Would you forfeit your life. In
lnnoccncn of crime, lo save the
honor of a woman? See what Harry
T. Morey does In the Vltagraph film
"In Honor's Web," at Hie Coluinhu
Wrlr In Columbus
Organlier Weir, who travels hero
and there In the Interest of com
munity clubs, as In Columbus to
help tolvo perplexing questions in
regard to the clubt in this city
Mexican Couple to Be Harried.
Senorila Qulrina Lurero on Bun
day imirnlng will bo. united In mar
rinun In Jina Hli-mnla ol llin
(Uiurch of the Holy Family. In the
evening a ball will bo held Jn thcl
honor at a National Halt.
Iwrlve TriHHp Club HeeU.
Mrs. George I'clera was hasleis lo
the Twelve Trump Card Club ye.
lerday afternoon. Iiridge was played.
itefreihnienU decldeiUy unique were
served. Other than niembrxt of the
cluh, Uie guests were Mesdamcs Ma
son, Itloch, Frost and Mia Otis.
Busy Social Week.
The ladle of Columbus and Camp
ruriong were busy this week with
social affair. The I'ythian Sitter
larted tho week off by onraniilng,
Mra. J. IL lllalr followcl with a
jurly, then In rotation then) wcro
rnleriahtment, by Mrs. Homer Ma.
ehrt. Mm. Jamr U Oreenwood, Mrs.
W. J). While, Mrs. Williams ami the-
Twelve Trump Cluh.
kafci. Fine; No Main, Mettey!
C. W. Akr, wljd leased' the Thomas
An7 at Nt n't
KYILiCUflE. N. Y. JttM aa tau.
lei a Kali of CetumtHM, batat, m
(luttol coHiniauaVr ot Um ti, A. It,
aaeH tu rettra rram ofiaae,- waa
taken terleuaty hero. LlWto laofM
I4 JwM MS JBiaJ3V,ainra
WABUl.VflTOX. I). C Jit ttv
AisMant Attorney Ocril Yti9tm
hat advised tlovtrrior Mdajffk ef
Tunnessce that lh6 leglaMttra
that ttalo could ratify tho sraa
ntendmenl without tuHniltm Nh
1 sue lo tho people. 1
LONDON, England, June
William Spauldlug was. fl-rvot Irt
court hero for strangling hlj horso
lo death with a chain. The ailmal
broke hit leg and Hpauldtaa; cttokasl
It to put It out of pain. HepM.
LONDON, Trland, June Ms-AH
0 corse II, Meaee'a "wives" tpoM
welt of him In court' here on a
rhargo of bigamy, Mcace had IhrcW
living and one dead wives. Ha ha
several war decoration. He it held
KNOXVILLE, Trim, Juno M.
Roberts of Tenneieo announces)
that he would comply wllh the tfe
slro of President Wilson that a sksI
c'al session of tho Tennessee leglil
If lure be called to acton tho federal I
COI'KNHAOKN. Denmark. Juno
Two million dollars (11 silver ba'r
was selied here by German authorb
ties, according to newspaper re
ports. The inonoy was being smug
Pled from Germany In caltlo cars by
Frenchmen, It It said.
NEW YOrtK, June M.llan A.
Ilran. chairman of the Stutx Motor
far Company, who became Involved
in a ronlroversy wllh officials of
the New York Slock Exchange at
tho time It was alleged a corner ex
isted In Stutx, lias been expelled
from the exchange, according In tin
announcement by the board of gov
POIITLAND. Ore, June M-Kstou
iV. Fletcher of Damascus Temple.
Itochettrr, N. Y was elected inipf.
rial outer guard of the Shrino at jhp
annual Imperial session of the A, -A,
U. ,M, in progress here, iit
IaiwIs Garrctson, Affifi Temple, Ta.
coma, was clecleil imperial poten
tate, and other officers wcro all ad
vanced one station on the Imperial
GUIL'S NAME CURSED
BY FATHER'S RFXOIU)
In "Mary Hrgan," which will be
seen at the Columbus theater Bint
t'sy, Anita Hie wart hat tho appeal
ing role of a girl trying to prove
that her father's strain of criminal
ity is not In her own blood, and still
remain strong enough lo resist the
temptation and threats of a clever
bank of polite robbci who Inhabit
New York's upper stratum.
Although given a splendid educa
tion ami surrounded . by luxury,
Mary hat been unable lo escape tha
odium which attaches lo her fa.
Ilier't name. Now, loved by a de
tective and married to a young man'
of wealth, she reaches a stirring
climax in which her future standing
Is deiermlucd In one exciting night,
FLOODS IN NEBRASKA,
iny Associated Pres.
N'OllFOLK. Nrb, June M.-Tha
crest of the flood of the North Fork
liver, caused by a cloudburst yes
terday at Plainvlew, Nebraska, today
reached Pierre, South Dakota, and
Inundated several streets In a port
Hon of that city. Employe In tha
flour mill wcro' compelled to go (0
work In boats.
PriGTTY SOFT FOR TK8 GI.NKi
TOLEDO, Ohio, June KWIeorga
W. Slovens, curator of (ha art mu
seum, and Attorney Mark Winches
ter havo been appointed art censors,
lo make the rounds of the stores
here and to decide when ladles
ntlhoui clothing are art anil when
Ihey are not art.
JAsMf-JW: vnu CAN BUY it.
Columbus Theater Lofctry Cigar
Jack's ictvs Mass,
Tho Dally Courier it on tale every
luck story. He has mel6na gitoeo
planted, ami at present tha vines ar
thriving. Hut the well apparatus
broke and'Ako Has not Ui(i necessary
water for Irrigation. If it- rains Jiv
tide a week everything' will be all
right, If not bleweyl Anyway, h
renewed hla subscription to ilti
Pro. ChtrlM V. alarvla. !Ur
lh Ualttd Mates weather bseeaa, aa4
a new selfrrecoriHx weattisr abserT'
lag JaatraaMst ell4 a (BetsarofTaafc,
which hi hat tavcatsd. m lttru
sent aatoassvtteaHy Mlcate TsrioM
rhance In weather ceaMttont tt any
altlttutt. It m lifted lato tha atr by
a largv bos kit secured to earth by
a plaiv wr. )fM wlf U ftd from
a ateet dram contalnlac eltht or 1a
miles of wlra. rreqaeatly at tha ate
bos-kite statloa roalatalaed hy tha ba
reau aa roaay a ten kite ar oar
led on on Hoe. Ona onttt broc
aay from the Georgia station an4
belfilemly eotantlrd a niuW In a rot
tofiBfld. After three, mtn bad rrleated
the male the meteorograph was found
POWER Of GW'KRNOR
FiCTW LN PHTTTu'W'
Hie imwer of a gocnior over tho
fate uf men In (ho rmninonwoillli
provides a sirung iouniianon lor
Vltagnih' new picture. "In Honor's
Web. Thl production, wllh Harry
T. Morey as ttar, will be shown at
(he Columbus theater tonight.
Morey take tho role of Frank
Powell, a wealthy manufacturer.
Frank falls In love with Olive, the
sister of. Irene, wife of Governor
Carroll Carson. Tho manufacturer'
younger brother Hert, whom the
termer I sending through college,
also loves tho girl. The younger
man wins tho girl.
Meantime Frank discovers an in
trigue going on between the gov-
ernor's wife and a scoundrel and
worthless social parasite. In tho iter-
ton of llodney Fostor. The. ms'.u-
faclurrr undertake to shield the
sister of the girl ho loves.
Foster is found slain. Frank, ar
rested as tho guilty person, Is uu
ahlo lo provhlo an alibi, since that
would compel him lo reveal he had
1-een at midnight with the wife of
In I ho cnil Governor Carson re
ceives evidence that clear the man,
and stands as (he only power who
can save the man. There Is a fur
ther-climax full of surprise and dra
(italic elements. At the Columbus
"THE SOUL Of BROADWAY
AT THE ONYX TONIGHT
llcnnclt, n man alwul town, falls
in love with Valeska Suratt, In tho
coin uf a dancer, whoso dovoled ad
mirer Is Idwlnn, a decrepit rogue.
Hie dancer loves Lawton'a money
but not him. She decides, with truo
llroadway instinct, however, that
money Is the thing. Ilrnnett steals
funds fmm the bank of which ho It
president in order to hold tho lavo
of the dancer.
Dennett I ruined, learns of taw-
ten giving her money, upbraids her
and is about to strike her. She pickt
up a gun which ho snatches away.
The weapon it accidentally dis
charged, wounding her. The police
rush in on a hunt for Ilrnnett aa an
absconder aim arrest nun tor 1111
rind for attempted murder.
ilennelt It released from prison
live years later, an pld tnan. He
meet Lnwlon's daughter, falls in
love wllh her, proposes and is ac
cepted. The police are following
hiRt.. ho 1 on parole.
Lawton Hat arranged for the first
leal since appearance of the dancer
an$.tMLthl night she meet vith a
tremendous ovation. She reeognitet
Henne.ft. who Is silting In a box with
Bennett's daughter, reel and faints
ashe realite that hero before her
Is the. mnn the sent to prison. She
arrtila word lo him In come to a gam-
Ming house whero Lawlnn ha In-
tfaHfd her as tha "Masked Woman
of Xyatf ry."
' Ttifi eonflnustlnn of this will 1m
4n me screen lonlghl at inn onyx,
: " , a
mm.vMH rm -macli, wo,"
OS At PMSNhlftT.n Hal- Jurifl Hi
Postmaster General liurtrson 'lousy
declared he arul'"lbe Tcxa dejega,
HOn WDUHI VIMC Ur IIIO MTii.i
at- 'WlH-lam Ottibs McAJw.' fermer
fcrelry ot lw trcawtrjf.
hm&flm far Afiflf
WA8HIN0TON, O. C, Juno ?
An asincmiKcnttfll of much Inlereet
(u former soldier h4 officer hat
bean made at tho War Dcpartmenl
reawrtllitg tH appelntmcnt uf uew
of Metra In Um reaular Army, THerd
are a targe number of former o4fl-
rers of tha Teaaa ittvlttofM who aro
now tcrs InK a towwirary officers
In the regular Army, and most of
llieac, If not all, aro applicant for
pirmanenl commiesiont In le reg
Examinations for (he permanent
appointments will begin July 7 at
the varbius rAmy posts, and all ap
pointments of the successful appli
cant will be made at of July I. Tha
date of tho reception of application
blanks expired June 23.
More than 17,080 applicants have
asked for (he examination. At about
WOO appoint rncnta arc (0 bo made,
it It manifest (hut alwul every oilier
veteran uho want a commission
will bo disappointed. Considerable
uiwauiiacuon is ucing expresses oy
nany ot the applicants because ex
amination Is required, among other
subjects, In one foreign language.
Appointments will be made first
from those officers who served In
the Army between April fl, 1017, ami
llio present dale. Appointments will
be mudo up to the age of M year
In Ilia tUff and CO years In the line.
All ranks from second lieutenants
ti colonels will bo appointed.
The total number of officers In
tho reorgtnlrcd regular Army will
b In rouad. number 17,000. There
aro now about GAM officers in Ihe
Iw HI liikff s it
iamaaat ALUaUfc a tLaBBVJaaaaial taaVal
IM bNTlS bMYtlllMM
Ct-OVIS, N, M, JUno M.-Over 100
banker from the Panhandle of
loxas ami New Mexico attended Ihe
annual convention of the panhandle
I'tankera' Association, which was in
session hero this week. The welcome
cadres to lbs visitors wn mmlo at
tho opening session by Mayor Jo
seph McClellan, which was followed
bj R. Ifc Van Zamlt of the Federal
lleserve Hank of Dallas. The feel
ing among the bankers seems lo be
III" peak of tho stringency has been
(assed and belter lime are ahead,
In the afleniwn the visitors were
taken for a drive tlirough tho Wheat
bell and were tendered a banquet
in the evening. Tho convention end
Mi lis sessions June 23, at which time
(be place for Ihe next meeting was
CHEESE IT, NORTHERN N. M.
, STARTS SMELLING INDUSTHY
IIATONi N. M, June 20, The
cheeto manufacturing industry In
(ho northeni art of 'this state con
tinues to grow, and all Die plants
ireentiy built arc now In nneralkin
'I ho factor)' at Miami has been
parted and another In I bo Moreno
A allev will bo In onerntlmi soon. Th
people of French aro now taking
tirpt to secure a racuiry, and ll Is
expected thai work on tho buldllng
will Iw started about tho first of. the
month. Mr. Harberl of Clmmarou Is
in charge of the clierw industry in
Colfax- county and during the last
month has checked in over Son ml
Ion of milk at the Miami factory
alone. According to reports, the
French (racl already has over ICO
producing cows, and order have
cecn taken tor over 80 dead more,
110 MEN SENT TO HEET
F1ELB8 BY AN AGENT
ALAMOGOtlDO, N, M, June 28.
i. ft. Guerra, who for tome time ha
Iwen acting as employment agent for
llio men who are going to Colorado
l work In the beet fields, renorls
that up to date he has sent out over
IU) men in two shipments. On May 8
be sent out 100 men secured from
llio country around Newman and
Aneo, and laler W were sent from
Lincoln county. The men were
nearly all Mexican There I a
yearly exodus among the native la
borer from (hit section of (lie stale
of Colorado fields who work there
from five to six months and then
return to (he south for tho winter-
Doubtless many have gone beside.
the ones the employment agent
sign 01 tip.
The election which was (a have
been held 011 Tjiesday, Juno '20, has
been postponed. This election will
be held on a date (o bn announced
later, but will be held the first week
in August, J. ft. nLAIft, Mayor.
ii 1 " n 1 1
Daily Courier, 75o per month.
WANTED-8amairea at ML
vago DepartrHeni, uunp Ttnm,
For particulars, ran ai
CoIuHUrtis, H. m.
WANTED Olrl or ytmm wta hi
srokHS to Lo AaaUM wiMtasi ml
two weeks to Ka ear thi.
Vcn on the torts to Mas d
Pullman U-rth. Cii,iiiyiw.at n
I,os Atielcs poeHl Ihsfaariar If
applicant Is aalltfaerary. Apr
In person to Captain Kccawood,
Camp Furlong. 7-1
of four. Sco Mrs. Vinton at I ho
Columbua Steam laundry. 71
WANTED-Ilookkccper, W per
annum; also vacancies in wwy
Office at Columbus. Civil service
examination at High School build
ing July 10 at 0 o'clock a, m. in
quire of secretary aljWerflce,
Columbus. N. M.
FOUND Pair of eye glasses, In ease,
near 0. M. building. Owner can
havo them by calling at Provost
Marshal' office, Camp Furlong.
Inquire: for John Doe.
AUTOM0lf .ES W.
AUTOMOHILKS washed and polish
ed; good work. See Fred I'rown,
at the Columbus Molor Co. (Evan
FOll SAl.t-40 share of aUxk In
the Goldsmith Maid Copper Co,
FOll SALE 1 1 00 lot for I7S. Ad.
dress P. O. llox 313, or call at
Courier office for details,
FOll BALK One good cow, flnn Jcr
icy, dry. 160. See Mr. Navl or
FOll SALE-Oood lot near thn
school house, cheap for cash. Call
at Courier office.
FOll BALK VKHY jCIIEAP-Ponr.
room cottage neor hew camp. In
qulro Field Director, lied Cross.
FOll BALE One large family or ho
tel sfto wathlng machine and mo
tor; will sell cheap for cash down.
Call I. C. Jobiuon, west end of
llroadway. ' 6-28
FUIINISHED rooms wllh shower
bath. Inquire (bird bouse south
of Hoover Hotel.
Inquire at tho Dally Courier of
fice. FOP. ItENT-llod Cross rooms hack
of our office. Hlalr oV Hellbent.
FOll HENT-Partly furnished framo
house, tl5. On North Main atrccL
Sco Lee Thonius. ftS
WANTED Every soldier In Colum
but lo know that wc gie 10 per
rent discount on all hats, shoes
and gents' furnishings this week.
Capln & Son. Clark Hotel building.
WANTED-llem of Interest from
Lamp Furlong. Mall, phone or
call tha Dally Courier. Help to
make tho Dally Courier a newsy
WANTED-! f you havo a house for
rent or for sale advertiso it In (tin
Dally Courier. You will probably
rent ft or sell ll for 60 rents.
SPECIAL SALE ON ALL 11 ATS
inmmeu ana unlriimiied-ul (ho
A IIAIIOAIN-For sale, small threo
room house and one lot, WOO cash.
Itighl In the bean of town; run
nlng water. Write Mary yevlcx,
Dox m. Columbus, N. M. 74
CHANCE FOll A CONTRACTOR
..! urns win ihs received at tho
office of the Utilities Officer,
Lamp Shannon. Hachlla, N. M un
til noon Friday. June 15, two, 8tvl
thcu. opened, for the insUllallon
of about 070 feel or (Much vitrified
tower pipe and alwul U70 feet or
2-Inch walcr pipe
i'lant and speclfeation elc,
can bo teen at tho above otflco
or will bo senl lo any ildrcs
upon application. The Utilities
orflccr raaervea th rlshtln reject
any and all bids.
Plan also may bo seen at tho
offico of Captain w. J. Rowland,
coiittnicling quarlennasler, Co
lumbuj, N. M.
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