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OFFICE COUNTY CLERK
THE COLUMBUS DAILY COURffii
Vol. t. .No. M.
Hwnhcr of Th Associated Fm
an.vHui m kxk ycitMMpjiY, junk . mm
Only Dally Paper In Luna County
Nominating Speeches; Sketches of Presidential
WILLIAM GmNS KcAIMKi
A native of tlio slalo of Georgia
anil former Secretary of
lly Associated Press. 1
William Glbbs MeAdoos first rise
(o fnuin might bo called a rominul
cr'i dream emtio true. As nn uti
known Xew York lawyer sliivrritiK
twice a ilny Ihrougli long winter
niontlis Willie lin rfnsscu nut iiiuikuii
Hlvcr on a ferryboat l) his' New Jer
sey home, lio dreamed nf a Innnrl
under Win bed nf the river through
which commuter might pas vn
trolni In comfort. Ami wi staunch
was. bin faith In Ills ilriuiiii . Itial
eventually he transmuted It not into
ono nut Ihreo tunnels.
Later be became Secretary of the
Treasury, wirectnr ucnernt or nan
roads ami tlio bolder of other offices
under Hie Federal (Joverninenl, but
over bo hat remained In tlio untitle
mind an the man who accomplished
llie seemingly uitioss t o lak or eon
slrueting tunnels under the Hudson
Mr McAdoo wax born In Marletln.
Georgia. Oclobcr 31. 1WU, lilt father
was William Glbbs McAdoo. a vet
eran of the .Mexican and Civil wars
and later a Hupertor Court Judge and
udjuucl professor of history and
English at Hie University of Ten
nis mniiier win Mary rullli
Floyd, daughter of a famous Indian i
fighter and former member of Con.
grcss. When young McAdoo wai
about a year old bis parents fell
snout. Tito war reduced Hie family
iu wain, ami uiiriug (no eariy recoil.
Irucllon periiNl the boy was bandy
around Ibn family place, doing farm
chores and helping bis mother wild
her housework, tki adept did be be
come at kitchen duties that ho stilt
bnasls nf n surpassing ability In
boko biscuits and In a recent address
in a crowd of school boys he dial
Icimcd any nf llieni to n mllklnir
Wlien. Ill 1877. l ie elder MeAilim
; inovnl lu Knoxvllle, Tcnn, In accept
(Continued on lago U, (iliimii I )
W, Q, McADOO
man. army to. M lffivllle To"'"' '"' ' w on." Or
and tbe8rH,ls P&yhWlm were' , ! flwn. for tho Immediate
She loved a laddie!
And she was cannier than her scheming uncle
and the croaks who prayed on hit confidence!
William Fox Prodwctlon.
Also 2 Reel Tcrltl.i Western
"The Tripple Shot"
WfttiHlNOTON, I). IU June, no.
Important action affecting relations
between 'the, United Stales and Mox
ico expected to result from con.
fcreticoa which began hero Juno 28
wlUi representatives of Ibn prceent
Aimico. Ainer fan novetii
fficlats and agents of General
Francisco Villa: as participants.
.Vrniulo tfflniilafi l!ntdftrtm.
prominent Mexican, arrived June 28
from Mexico City with (be rank of
ambassador. All the embassy where
ho l slaying- would say of Ills visit
was that ho was hero on a "special
It was learned, however, from of
ficial sources that his object Is to
discuss (bo relations between tho
two countries with a view of re.
moving objections nf Ibis country
toward Mexico anil to seek recngnl.
lion of lhj new regime there.
Cnldcruu was selected for litis
delicate mission because be Is known
In 'Mexico as Hie only Mexican re,
celved at tlio While House by Presl
denl Wilson, It Is understood that
be Is rinowercd In pledge the pres
ent Mexican government In perform
arts, willed .would meel the rcuulro
ment of the t'nlled States b) obtain
Caldcron also is empowered to
treat with lite represenlallves of
ileneral Villa during his visit lo
WashliiElon. The Vitllstas bavo re.
fused tn recognise tho new regime
and recently issued a manifesto In
:ne .Mexican people scums rortn
their position as to tho political sit
Officials nf the Stain Department
will study tho alalemenU of both
fncllnni Itefnre rommiltiiiK lite na
tion In any policy It wis said. The
Hlale Department nfficlal will con
fer with CaMcron unofficially
Dirtctws Mut in City
Lns.1 evening nt the offices of lite
Columbus Ice and FJcclrir Com.
iianvs plant In this city I here was
held a directors' mcetlne of the re
renlly inrnriioraled Ituumlio Mining
i-oinpany. vsiinso mines are located
In Hie iri' Hermanns moiiulalns.
Colonel llobert I.. Howie, l'. H. A,
or j-uri hum ami fa raso, mid It. ri
Illnes attended, afro Or. 8. A Wnr
ren. Tho oilier, dlrerlor are John
r. Mark nml A. ! rcderlckson.
This dlreclor' iiieelmir linn ninrli
lo do Willi the luturo of Columbus
os a mining center. Muslncss started
off with u rush and tho policy pre
viously determined iiimhi was out
lined and ordered pursued without
any procrastination other than it In
cuieniai to me prosecution of a nun
ft'"' . J I
'"f J'VI",1"' ,
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m or tins iiniKti tin e
small way already lias
the Intention of the
me eturlno and standard timbers and
uiion their arrlvul the new llomabn
Mining Company will bo a going con.
cent and it will also mean much lu
the prosperity or Columbus,
Oil. ACTIVITY AT TPl'.UMCAHI.
Tl'Ct'MCAIU. X. M. June M.-Tlie
I'ecm oil ref Incrv Is slow y but very
surely progressing. Tho Medea nil
well s now d. Wing close to (lie AOOO
Tho Oclo Mining Company, Lords-
burg, X. .M, has taken on new life.
iiuir tno ni a iteuvv irucK. a noisi-
PRESENTED TO CONVENTION;
COX AND PALMER NOW!
lly AMocla(el I'ress.j
RAN KKWCISCO. Cal, June 30
IVcflnllo final Instructions today
were rrrclvi'tl fnun Die rl thai
William GlbtMi McAiWs name bo
not formal'ly plsrnl lieforo the Hem
nrrntlc national romrntinu In m
alon here today. Or, Kitrrl Jenkins
ngsln mltrd bis plans mid deciitrrt
to Jrri-de lo the vtUhm of MrAdoa
Illy Associated l'ress.)
SAN' KMANCKSCO. Cul. June, M
SlrlpiK-il for action, the OniKurrak'
national ronieiitloil today mvuhs)
Into the mrdurN of Krlcctlnti ItH
ififtlilcutlal nominee. I lie mrcllna
mur him srt earlier than luiual ami.
uorklno utiilrr an order of bmlurs
whlrli nrnnlltnl llie iiirwnlatlon of
rnndblulr.1 liefore the purl' platform
u as oilopirti, ine ronirniioii ruiercti
iixn it uuy or oratory umrii lutieny
marks) the, iilurinc nf raudldalM lu
All nomliiaUiia nililn-wn liae
liern n-Mrlcird lo SO minutes; and
the seconding spree bra to S minutes.
If possible, nil nomination Nitci-ches
will bodrlUrrt-d today. On llie lire-
irntn ure ftftcet-ncs nomiuuima vili
llaiiH (iibbs Mr Alloc Attorney Cell.
emj A. Wltrbrll Palmer, (iovrnior
JnmrM M. Cox of Ohio, Homer B.
ChhiiiIiihs, rbalmiaii nf llie eiHivrn
linn ami rbnlnnati or llie llemo.
rratie M ooul Oiiiiinittro: (iovrr-
hot Muiird I. IjlMiird.i of New Jrr
M-y, Senator lilltVrl M. IHtrbroek of
Ncfceaiks, jMttK W, Grrartl. fonnrr
many; Bcnivtor Knbrrl I- (hirn of
Oklahoma, mid John VV OayK Ll'
led Htulrs nHilmvanlor tn tirral
The nlatfnrm Mill lw irmly Tliurs-
dnv, II U expected.
il llie eirienin uour irteiiui oi
fonnrr Kecreliiry of the TreaMirj'
JIcAiliK) abandoned Ibrlr rffortx lo
imriii ni nainr iirniU iiuhtii mi
'orntnl nomination. Dr. Hums A, 1
Jenkins nlll deliver Ibr iipcrrh uoni-'
lunllnij HeAil'Hi. The- rorinrr were '0 prwenl you n candidate who
InryM frlrnds hnr liern fluurlng vill appeal with extraordinary pow.
MrAihMt'a chance won d lie prihi,.. to the eighteen million wiuiien
moled by not pulling him rowanl Uolers hr Hie 1 filled Stales. Who.
Immediately for a tel with doirr- hvi all i.llier ramlidalrs were
nor Cox nml Attorney Ccnrnil 1'itl- mlenl. Indifferent or opiMiscd lo wo-
The llltal Of HrVlonS Stmia III llll
Hie flit Imllol, II was todoy. rstl. ,
lllulcd by Ills Millimeters, mmtd lie
appntxlinatr .100, Hoilt tho Cox and
runner Hirer vtrwru Willi ritoriii
Mtsfiirllim llie serlnimiino within
the MrAdon forrris wblrb Hirrulennl
la make the lljilit n Ihrrr-conirreil ,
affair from IU lurrpllon. j
,V. Mllcbrll I'ulmer'i. hradmiarlrrs ,
today .unmmtircd thrlr position was
Ntrongir than rvrr." The Cox force i
iinucKMii in i to iiiKUMiiriMii uy ine
"url" and "dn" ariiunienl whlrb i
lias ragm annul tnrir rnnuiuiiir.
However, -uarK iiorse' talk urirr
wm morn prntUlrnt than now. The
osnirs mriillonril In rounerllou with
IhU talk are Marshall. Hails nml
line ran tannin nui proiiimuon
nml the Irnnue of nations are Mill
DmhctMic Pritfisiii WIN
k PusmM Tmifriw
Illy Associated Press.
HAN KHAM'.ISCO. CaU June 30.
The Democrnlle pnrlVfl plnlfonu
was Mill In rmbyniilc aumn n lieu Jo
day's srwilou of llie nnllonal Demo
cratic rouvrnlloii was rallrsl (o
order. Howcirr, Urn iinihtircls arc
flood for Its presentation tomorrow
u the rouvrnlloii.
Allhoiinh many minor planks of
(bo platliinil are virtually M-ttlrd.
(he mint troiililcvime of the) nialor
probletiM today rcnmlncd unsolved.
Cliulnnnu Carter Glovi unnouure.l
ho hopril (he niUconunlttCQ would
Hi liefore (be full rommlttre before
Tho league of nations ami the Pro
posed prohibition planks remained
tlio bill tinrrliTK in nn aijrrcmrnt on
a nlntiomi todav. Mnwetrr. ndliutt.
menl of (ho Irayue of nations iitrs-
iion was uNiay sain to lie in inir way
It Is rcMirtrtl Uir siilieoniiiilllce Is
tururly nt M'n nil prohibition. All
suggestions for a "wet" plank, wblrli
would declare for llie repeal of the
CMWrrnin iimciMimrni ur the annul
ment of Ihe Vols rod law vvrre
Ilimuii otrrltonnl, but the fight for
n nrer linn iiuni wiirs pianK on one
band and Nome sort of n prohibition
declaration on Ihn other was report.
rd In be Mill lo Proflrew, gcrrrlnry
or Slntn Nslnbriitfie Colby was Haiti
in br favorliHi n brer and Hnht wines
provision. Thia was necimlril imti
siial sKmlflciincn berauw nf Scrre.
Inry Colby'w recrul ronfrrenre wIlli
NolwIJJislniullnp Uie foregotna r
WILL NOT BE
ImrU, (he pi-fifMMat tit keep the pint,
form kllrttl xah still prominent In
H.S I'HAMIlScO.'oi, June .10.
At noon, b'an Kninclwi time, lite
Hrmorrallo National Convrntlon set.
Hed down lo (he InnlnrsN of hear
lug nominating siterrrri In faior of
Mir vsrlmw aspirants.
I'rrinsnriil CJialniuiii Kottlnwm
cnllrd Ihn rnvrnllnn to ufdrr nml
csllcd for nnmlHallonx.
Owen's nnmn wm the fln.1 placed
Hi nomination, and other frakrni
Htadit rvmly In make nominating
prrrhr ot bit the other raitdhlutrw,
Hlllt Ibn rxerptlou or McAdoo,
hIkw noine, arronlbiB In last mlit.
N4e urraimnnrnU, would not br pre
Alahama. which rainr firs I as the
idiilrn trrc ralleil alphafertlrally,
puNed, nml Ariioun yleMed In Okln.
IfOinn. II, Hoytlrn I.IiicImiiiqIi iiMtk
Hie plnlfonu nml plaertl Ibr name
of lieiiator Hotter! Lnthrm Owrn In
IJiirbniigh upoke arvru minute
and at Ibn conclusion of bis sperrlt
the ilclrasllon broke out ullh ilnn.
UinMrnllnn for thrlr favorite fun.
i.oirrnnr nroiitlt or Arkansas ore
untied Ihn nomination of Our it.
Described as a nun whoso record
would appeal to. Ihn women voters,
live business interests, the farmers.
Hie laboring men. and In all lovers
of popular go eminent, Henalor
Hubert U Owen of Oklahoma was
(placed in nomination today before
fin) Democratic National Convention
b) I), linden l.lneliaugli of Musko
Mr l.lneliaugli declared that
Hurfv lines were binding more
I.Mjw-ly" and that II io need of the
bone was "a candidate whoso record
and Min eharaclvrAvlll'fnspIre Hie
confidence nf progressive '(linking,
lorwnnl hmklng men and women,
without regard In pnl parly nffllm
lions." "We offer you n man." he said,
vvlni in three meal rnnuialims tins
KlllU'll hllllflr lmuillli nt nllmi-llliir
support or progressive men and
u nmn ulm nrn mil nrrniai,..! n-iii.
i'i. ivnioerntlr imrly.
inaii inffraee. was their valiant
rl linn nil nml (In. rlmu-li Uvular nf
11,0 wnman suffrage forces in his
aiule. Vi nriment vim n timn ulm
always been for Ibose things
vhwli women deeply desire. U Iliere
, a limn in Aniencn who Is entitled
i ie suiiporl of the women nf
menca. that man Is Senator Owen,
K, uator Owen.
Oklahoma presents you a man
who without bleotrv lias been Hie
failliful champion nf prohlbltlnii in
ius own sliito and throughout the
natlmi. flon who eno lm rrllril on
In faithfully cxecuto the eighteenth
We present you a man who has
proven beyond doubt hut attach
ment and fidelity to sound itrinclnles
of guvermnenl, and who has for
years strenuously and successfully
labored to nromola I lie nesee. ban.
iiness and prespenty of our eoptn
by making our government, and all
oi lit I
its agencies, truly rusitonsive lo
"Wo present you a man who has
been a failliful leader and supiMtrter
of llie. great legislative, program of
Democracy. M-uaior uwen lias sui
imrled every Democratic itoliry, ev
ery progress act and every war
measure- His siteeohes iu support
of lite penco treaty of our great
President, Woodrow Wilson, were
unsurpassed tn Hie benato chamber.
Oklahoma itrrseuts you a man
who would bo acceptable lo the bust
ness men or mo country, ino itiisi.
ness men and bankers accord hint
llie credit above all other men In
America for the great benefits of
tie t euerui iieserve act
"Wo nresent you a man arcent
able to (he fanners of our land. Tlio
farmers know be put through tho
Srualo the great Form Loan act
giving bt farmers access lu money
on long time. Ho worked for the
oood Iloails act, for iho Agriculture
Kxlenslon net. for tho extension of
too parcel post, mo rural route ami
Ibn Pnslnl Savinirs Hanks.
"Wo present you a well known
friend of labor, whom tlio working
men would strongly support Ills
aut horsb in of tho child labor law
and artlvo support of nil progrcsiivn
labor legislation shows Ills Intelli
gent appreciation of tho problems nf
lanor. nnu uis earnest uesiro to sotvo
litem wisely. i
on ohl VirRiiila Democrat, bom ami
reareil in Iho Old Dominion. A West
ern Dem'-XJrUt who for thirly yrara
has been Ihe acknowledged leader
of (be Democracy of Oklahoma. A
man wuose (noughts, vvoras ami acts
hnvo helitrjl o give stability In cDl
Inl. have jlrcnglhcned ami stcadtrd
AiciiOjru.eu1 ou Pago 2, Column i.)
mm OF TNEHIGHER-HPS FOR
FOURTH OF JULY
Next Monday- (be day celebrated
as Iho l'ourlli of July -will bo "open
house day" In Columbus. Everybody
from far ami near Is invited and
everything will I free There will
be a military parade, headed by oiu;
of the largest and ccrlalnlly the best
bands lu (lie United Htates today.
There will bo a boxtitp ronliwl bo.
tween Cjclono llrlggs and llockbones
uiai aiuiie wouiit cosi fa lo see.
The commtUcfl nresents thn fob
lowlllE nrounitn. wlilrh will lie nns.
mettled from day lo day: I
oiiim) race upen. i
pack ra;e Open.
I'olalu race Open.
10-yard dash Open.
Three legged race Closed lu 10
year old boys.
bO-yard dash Closed In 10 year old
60-yanl fool race for girls.
Kal men's rare,
f rurker contest for Imys
I'ranut rare for Niys.
'Iltniwlng laelall, lor .vomen,
'lite officials for Hie albletlo pro
gram are as fit lows:
Honorary JudH Major Krenrlt.
llll Infantry; Mb.- HUir.
Active Judges - l.le'uleuaut Ki. k,
lib Infantry; '.Vtlont Kitguro
Clerk of the course! Lieutenant
While. Sttli Infantry: starler. Lieu
tenant 1). W. Ilootb; custodian or
times, W. H. Bitntat: marshal of
courses, Lieutenant llarrnd. physi
rlans, Major Hanson. Dr. llnliert
Lleutenaill While nmiounees Hist
bo Is unable lit gel the mleniutlonaf
liaseball club here for a game, but
as a suitsiitiite has ono which be
lliitiks will prove more entertaining,
both tn Hie military and citltrns, u
boxing match. Thero will bn a main
go between Hock Jlones and llrlggs
of the Sltlj, bigrlbe wltli ono good
snnlfinal and atVoupIJiir preltml
harles. Tills will be free.
A ball game will also lie arranaed
lielween HiK'Oilumbus team and til"
:ilb Infanlry, rommeiicinu at I -TO.
The fight will be held following Ihn
gome, proltaltly nl H o clock.
The evenlni: urocnim will consist
of a band concert, with a couplo or
short addressi's. Attorney W. II.
Hproal will deliver an addrcM on
Ihe subject. "Tho Hplrll of America."
Annllie entertaining feature of Ihe
evening; will lie a speech by one of
Ibn old sergeants nf Ihe 2lllt Infan
try, who will glvo Ihe history or the
rcglmeul from thn linm II find saw
service in Hie curly 70's until the
Iho niortilnc narailn will be nl n
o'clock, and the tronvaud decorated
auinmiiDiioa will pass In review of
Jiaj-ir hrench and the elly officials.
after which llie flair will he raised
and the Declaration of Indepeudenre
win tie reau. I oiiowing lite iwlrlotic
excrcistMi Ihe field day will tnke
A ronliRl Invitation Is extended to
every persotj In Luna county or else
where In spend Iho day in the city
of Columbus, as Iho guests of tho
ciuietu or Columbus and of tho I'lth
inranlry. Kveryt i uc wil lie free.
Alltleliu sports, baseball, fights and
A more complete nroimuii will be
printed in Ihese columns, togelher
Willi tho prlies for each of Ihe
races, and the names nf Iho donors.
in an cany issue.
A A W A. A lIIIIIIWniHHSHHIHIIIIIIIIII
Primitive woman appears again, in all for Hi
trcth when TRIXIE vnd GERTIE Uisp' in
furious halr-pullinf contest. Talk about ctv.wciwS3!
A Five Acts Comedy Orama
A telegram from L I llurkhesd
of Ihn Columbus Daily Courier, now
In Han Francisco, received today iu
rrgord lo the appoiuhmnl of an
immigrallon agent nt this port of
entry. Columlius, Males h has lih
tcrvlcwist ami ihe proposition das
the Indorsement of Iho delegiten to
the national Democratic convention
now In Hi-onion, I'ltilcd Stales H'na
lor Jones of New Mexico. Hantia and
Jouelt Hhoiise, thirl assistant secre
tary of the treasury, and Mr. Hetlg
riiait. According to (he wire, each will
work individually nnd collectively to
remove all restriction ami plaro
Columbus in Ihn same category as
ALL OTHKIl CITIKH along Ihn Mex
Oil and mining are fine, but an
4cu lliorouuhfare inln Old Mexico
means the future prosperity nf Co
llimbiis KOIl ALL TIMK.
It metins lotirlsl travel. It means
IrniisiMtrlatlon nf grain, minerals,
And it also means a smelter and n
railroad, in say nothing or Ihe thiol
ssnds of dollars tn le f(wiit in Co
Hob Express Car aid
Escape Wit It $59,725
(lly Associated Press.'
Al'lll'HTA. Oa June 30. -An ex.
press car of a Charleston and West
ern Carolina Hailrpsd train was re
lKirled robbed near here early today
by bandits who gagged and Umnd
Hie express messenger unit an nruwsl
gusnl and escaped wild tey.TUG, con
slllutlnn Ihn nay roll of Ihn marines
at the I'arls Island South Carol Ins)
lly Associated Press. I
WAHHI.NOTOX. D. r.. Juno .TO.
The llepublican parly's presidential
campaign will bo based on an appeal
lu restore party government as a
constitutional substitute lor person
al government. Warren O. Harding,
Ihe llepublican presidential candi
date, today announced alter a con
ferenco wild Governor Goolldge, of
Massachusetts, llepublican vice tires,
uienlial candidate, and Will Hays,
rhalrman of the llepublican na
IF YOU WANT "FAITH."
I AST CHANCi: IS HKHK
"Faith." Ihe scintillating photo,
play depicting life in tho 8cotlih
Highlands, and presented by Wil
ham Fox. wild I'eegy HyUitd as tlio
star, will be ntn tonight at the Co.
Iiimbus theater. The story of a
fascinating girl and her loyal heart
til love Is told iu a w'rirs of beaut i
fill scenes that bold Ibn client Ion
nnd stir the liearU of all who see It.
Miss Hyland das a strong cast, in.
eluding J. Parks Jones; ' Kdwanl'
Hrnrn. Winter Halt, blwln I). 'Ill
Ion, Mllla DaveniKirt and Frederick
llerxng, "Fallh" Is a picture o fee.
Arcordlrig In Tucson (Arliona; re
ports, there has been an iniimiianl
silver lind In the Tres Hermanns
district near Columbus, X. M.
The Gilder Hotel, lloswell, N, M
was recently sold for l7a,00u. It Is