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fMii COLtJMBUs DAILY c6URtEH coLOUM's, NEW MeMco
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Thurli, July I5.JWQ, iaiial mix:les may nm.vv "A Judge on I lie bench, no more than any other ersim, can east nsperslmw on the character of n person not a party or participant In a cai on trial without a right in the latter tit defend himself."- Supreme Court of the State of California In the c"ase of McClatehy vs. Siiierlor Court The above decision was quoted In mil recently tried wherein vcrdlcl was rendered In favor of the Santa Fe Now Mexican. It will help some- what In compelling Judges of lower r our In to ec ome of the frayed ends of their Judicial ermine blnwn lo the four winds without the loss of their balanre, mentally and phvsi rally, while they oeeupy the chair Hint work on screws. Car that Won Race Now RmssmM mi On Sate The Overland Four that so proud' ly distinguished Itself and caused general comment and approval by winning over alt romiielltor tiere In the July S celebration rare, ha been reassembled by the Cochise Overland Company, and Is now in the ware rooms of the compaiiy and forsa!e. II is of the usual Hand tome touring type. In conversation Inlay, C E. Pclllngall said rrganl InK it: ".Many people refuse lo buy a ear that has not been thoroughly letted out before purchase by the local agent. This car already has had the honor of several admiring prospoc live buyers who value the dlslinc tion of possessing the car that wtm supremacy in the rare and excited the envy or car owner throughout the country, and that fact will m doubt lead In its Immediate sali Wlille we claim that every Overland four eonld do Ihe same thing. IIiIk is the one MrnlHil ear thai did II. and niwpeellve Imyers appreciate ll more on that account.", Douglas In ternational. Americati Legion Wit! Have Post in China SHANGHAI. China, July 15. The Shanghai posl of Ihe American le gion has been given II official name by Ihe national orvsnliallon morira and I to he called the Gen eral Ferderlek Ward I'osl, afler the noted American mldier who orpin mil in China (he "Ever Victorious Army" in Ihe Tulplng Rebellion, af terward turning the command over l the Ilrilisli general, "Chinese" Gordon. The Sliancliul pott has ICO memliers and has lieen authnrlied io form other posts in China. "KO MISSISSIPPI KAIIM HOiS TOyTOL'H middle WEST MEMPHIS. Tenn. July 15.-To ob tain new Ideas and Imlructlnn In modem agricultural method and livestock railing 25 farm bov from Ihe .stale of Lmilijiana will visit Illinois. Wisconsin, Iowa and other Middle Western states In August traveling at Ihe expense of their re spective communities. They will have a splendid train fitted up espe cially for their comfort and conveni ence. Tho Itinerary will fnrludo visit to Chicago and Champaign, III. Wauke- , sua, rort Atkinson, Janesville. Madi sop and Monroe. Wisconsin; Water loo, Webster City, Ames and Des Moines, Iowa, and probably points In, Missouri. The tour will atari August 3 from Baton Ilotige, La. COAL AT LENS. HUNCK. MINEII FOfl FIRST TIME SINCE WAR LENS. France. July 15. For the flrefflime since the occupation of wns y ine uennans, coat tiu neen brought up tollin surface from one or iho mine. Many' of Ihe mines atlll are flooded but the pumping nut continues. Engineers In charge or Ihe work express (ho opinion tin or.lnllllnn n II. nn. wn.LIn.. ' ot the. mines will bo resumed about Mm Udb of 1SSL j PAWS, France. July U.-Tlixt George Clenwneeau, the former premier, hat definitely withdrawn from aclivo polltlui politics ami worries littlo about criticisms lev filed al him by enemies of hi regime ami of the Versailles Irealy, was shown Iho other day when the correspondent of the Associated Press called on nun to obtain his rrply to the taunts of his adversaries in Iho Chamber or Deputies to tho effect thai ho did not know where Mosul (Turkey; was located when Im reded ll to Ureal Britain.. 'These professors of geography who are critioiiing me," repueii me former premier, "would be greatly embarrassed If some one should ask litem Ihe location ot towfi of that slio In their own circumspection." M. Clemenceau, who was rngageii In the task of pulling the finishing tmirhe on Ihe rirtl draft of a novel dealing with Egyptian life, said he was through with polities forever. "My task is finished, I have done my work, be lold the rorresMitui. eiil. The statesman, now enteritis his eishlicl ll year, looked hale and vig orous and In "better health than he has tieen since the attempt upon hi life by Kmlle Collin. GQvernmttt Opus Naval TratMiieScHflftr Nys 'Ily Associate!) l'rrs.) WASIIIXUTOX. I). C, July 15.- summer schools for the training of youths between the ages of 10 and 20 year were opened today al the Hampton Heads and Ureal Ijikcs naal training stations. Enrollments (or Ihe schools were rocrUcd at the naval recruiting stations and the applicants were required to pass the ordinary qualifications for rnllft- iiuiil in Ihe-.Navy Provision for these schools was made In the last annual appropria tion hill. Those attending are re quired .to enroll for tlireo months 1n the naval reserve force. They will receivo tho pay of apprentice seamen for the lx weeks' course, amounting In all to about $50, and also transportation back to their homes, in addition, (tic ,avy tur idshes all subsistence, uniform and enuiomrnL Wlille the school will observe a naval routine In outdoor drills and exercises, there will lie no "tniok and It t purposed, official said, lo conduci mem as mncti as posiune on (he lines of n "summer camp, Physical development, "education of character ana cultivation or naval tradition are ret forth as the prin cipal objectives. Aliout 40 commis sioned and noncommissioned offi cer have been assigned as Instruc tors at each school. While no actual cruises for at lendants are planned, there will be numbers of small naval vesels available for their Inspection and Irainlng In addition In yachts and oilier small craft for recreation pur poses. Regular Weekly MettiHc Of lean! if Tntstets Columbus, N.M. July 13, I WO. The lloanl of Trustees met m regular session. Tho roll was called and those present and absent noleil. Ma)nr J. It ltlalr. present; Trusteo ll. W. Klllolt, present; A. Frederick son. present; Trustee William Klein, present; iruslco C. II, MrAuley present. Tho mlnub's of the last meeting were read and approved alter whtcJi Ihe following bills were presented: Tho Columbus Courier, printing. .IS. lllalr A llrlllierg, trlephoilu calls, sw, neorge U Chip, catch ing dogs, $2(5.75; Grand Cafe, meals for Jail, VH.7Q; P. A. blmpson, inter pri'ter al eloetlon, (3. Motion by Trustee McAuley, sec onded by Trustee Frederlekson, that all bill be allowed and warrant drawn for aame. Motion carried Tho vote; It. W. Elliott, yea; A. Frederlekson, yet; William Klein, yea; C. II. McAuley. yea. Motion by Trustee Klllolt, (econd- ed by Trustee Klein, that we accept Mr. v. It. bpnials proposition lo revise Ihe village ordinances for the sum of 20. Motion carried. Thsre being no further business. tho trusteesjiiijourned. J. It. main, Mayor. KDWIN 0. DEAN. Clerk. KsciYfnd i Kail SALT LAKE CITY. Hah. July IS. A monster pctriflMl fish, almut 50 feet in lenatti. lias been discovered encased lb the rocks in Garfield county, t'tah, about 70 mile east of Panguilch, by Sheriff James Gould ing of Garfield county and T. . W. Binlth of Halt Lake City, who have been prospecting In that -section. Four years ago at practically (bo same spot Ihe fossil remains of a giant I Hard were found. Goulding and Smith have offered their find to the ''tvclltyJpf Utah. Dally Courier, 70c per rtonib. ME0 AT PARTY (Continued from Wednesday.) PAKT VM. Alaska. Wo commend Ihe Dcmocrallo ad ministration for Inaugurating a now policy as to Alaska, as evidenced by Die construction of the, Alaska rail road and opening of tho coal and oil field. Wo declare for tho modification of the existing coat land law, to pro mote development wlllioul disturb ing the features Intended (u prevent monopoly. For such changes In the (Killcy of lorestry control as will permit tho Immediate Initiation of Ihe paper pulp Industry. For relieving Iho territory from the evils of long distance govern ment by arbitrary and Interlocking bureaucratic regulation and to that end we urgt the speedy passage of a low containing Ihe essential features of Ihe Lane-Curry bill now. pending, coordinating and consolidating all federal control of natural resources under one dcimrtment. turbe admin ltered by a nnnpartWair board per flianently resideht In the territory. Far the fullest measure of terri torial self (rnvernmcnl wllh Ihe view In ultimate statehood, wllh Jurisdic tion over all matters not of purely federal concent. Including fisheries and game, and for at) Intelligent ad ministration of federal control we believe (hat all officials appointed should lio qualified by previous bona tide residence in (he lerrllory. For a comprehensive system pf road construction with inrrcaseil ap protirlallim and the full extension of the federal road art to Alaska. For Ihe extension to Alaska of the federal farm loan act. Asiatic Immigrants. The jmllcy or Ihe fulled States with reference to the tionadmlsslon of Asiatic Immigrant Is a truo ex pression of Iho Judgment of our lieople and U) the several slate, whose geographical situation or in ternal condition make this policy and Ihe enforcement of (ho laws enacted pursuant therein of partic ular concern, we pledgo our support. The Postal Sen Ire. The efficiency of Ihe poslofflce department has Ih-cii vindicated against a malicious and designing assault upon the efficiency of its operation. Its record refutes Its assailants, Their voices are silenced and their charges have collsped. We commend the work of tho Joint commission on the reclassifica tion of salaries of postal employes, recently concluded, which commis sion was created by a Democratic administration. Tho Democratic parly always has favored and will eontlnuo to favor the fair and Just treatment or all government em ployes. Free Sjieerh and Preset, Wo resent the unrounded re proaches directed against the Demo cratic administration for alleged In terference with Ihe freedom of the press and freedom of speech. No utterance from 'any quarter shold lie assailed and no publication ha been repressed which has not lieen animated by treasonable pur liose and directed agabisl the na tion's peace, order and security In time of war. We reaffirm our respecl for the great .principle of free speech and a free press, but assert as an Indis putable proiRisitlon that i hey afford no toleration or enemy propaganda or the advocacy of tho overthrow nf the government of the slate or no Hon by rorce or violence. Ilcpubllrau Obmiptlon. The shocking disclosure of the lavish use or money by aspirants ror the llepuhlican nomination for the highest office in I lie gift of Ihe peu- pie. uas creoteu a painiui impres sion throughout Ihe country- Viewed n connection with the recent con viction of a llepubllean senator from tho slate or Michigan In the crlm Inal transgression or the taw limit ing expenses ou behalf of a rand! dale for the I'niled States senate. It indicate the reentry, under llepub- ucan auspices, or money as an In fluential factor In elections, thus nullifying the tetter and flaunting tho spirit of numerous laws, enacted by tho people, lo protect the ballot from Ihe contamination of corrunt proctlces. Wo deplore those delin quencies ana invoke their stern pop ular rebuke, pledging our earnest efforts to. a strengthening nf tho present statutes against corrupt practice and their rigorous enforce ment, We remind tho nconle that it u-n only by the return or a llepubllean senator in ,-uicnigan, who u now under conviction and sentence for the criminal misuse of money in hit election, that the present organisa tion of (lie Senate with a llepuhlican majority was made nosslble. Conclusion. Ilellsvlnv Mint w l,nv l.r.1 ll.. Democratic faith and resting our Claims 10 liio confidence of the pco- nln noL unnn crrnnrinlan nmmiuM uiw 1110 suiju prnormsnces 01 oiiris party, we submit our record th'MiiiiMiiniiiiiiiWHWiiiwwiWiiwn Romaiio Mining Co.j Tenney Williams & Co., Brokers nation's consideration and ask that the pledge of (his platform bo appraised in Ihe light of thai record, This chapter concludes the publi cation of Iho Democratic parly's platform. The six last preceding Is sues of The Courier, together with I his Issue, will enable readers to obtain a full understanding of tho principles on which the Democratic parly stands in its campaign for the election of its nominees. Governor James M. Cox of Ohio ror tho presi dency and Franklin D. Ilnoscvell or .New York Uir the vice presidency. I.NTKH8TATK COMMEItCE COMMISSION APPItOVKS HUGE IIAII.HOAI) LOANS WASHINGTON. D. C July 15. New loan to railroads or Ihe coun try amounting In 117.0-75 have been approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission, making an aggregate or $J7,OOH.R75 i far r ertl fled to the secretary of the I renin r, for payment out of the Mxooiiiai Lf evolving fund provided by the Iraniportallnirart. tr, A loan of 1 1 35,000 was nppiovisl for the Arkansas Harbor Terminal flallway for the construction 't1 .a considerable xirtinu of its 1 1 noil tween Arkansas Pass and Port Ac kansa. Texas, which was lUmeged by a hurricane.' "The reconstruction of Ihe road" 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 i 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 i mi iitriittiiitiiiiiiititiiitiittriiJiiiiitiiiifiiiiiiitriiiiiftiiiiriitiiiitiiiit. I MR. AD. MAN: ' I We are too busy lo write an ad so 1 !! kindly tell our customers and friends that we have SPECIAL PRICES j on our complete stock of Hich Gradp 1 Men's Hats, Shoes and Furnishing li uooas. j visit io aunng me remainder oi mis week will repay any man. ' I O APIN "Outfitters la Hen" Capitalaation $400,000 THIS city, like all nth'rs, has, since any loose change was In slghl, been visited by salesmen rep resenting every known slock com pany in ,lho country; and thousands ot dollars have been ient for varl das schemes, some good, some bad. Al present there is n practically local' organization, made up of men Ihelr townspeople can call by their first name. The officials of the Ilomahd Mining Company are men who -would not lend their names to a "scheme' af any description. Tbo prospects of tho llo'maho Min ing' Company are based on practical knowledge of ores actually In slghf In Iho Tres Hcrmana Mountains, and on the opinions of tho best known mining engineers In this sec llotif tho United Slates. Machinery has been ordered, somo deirVerrd, ahd actual work has been begun developing ore bodies on tho claims of the Itomaho Mining Com pany, and Iho future looks rosy In those who already have Invested. If you are not among this number you should be. Tho stock of this company Is SI per share and none will tic sold for less.' Gel In on the ground floor. Your Investment will earn money for you and 11 wjll earn money for Columbifs, because- (his town will sell Ihe supplies to the new mining comp. Send your order for shares lo Tenney Williams ft Co. Iho brokers for the Itomaho Mining Company. TUCSON, ARIZONA (he commission said, "will make available a port on which Ihe United States has expended several million dollars.and will afford a more direct und expeditious route for shipments or oil from Mexico upon which a largo section of Texas is Increasing ly dependent." The Carolina. Cllnchfield A Arro took Hallway loan of rJOO.000 was approved. The commission pointed out that "the road handles a very large tonnage of wood pulp which I manuraciurett into new print paper and for which there Is universal consumption." 1 Tho Illinois Central Is to receive a loan of tltl.750,for Ihe purchase or equipment. Iians or $1,11(1,523 lo Ihe Chicago, Burlington A (Jiilncy Hallway ami ("235.100 to Hie Salt Lake & Utah I la 1 1 road also were annroviil. Ilolh or these limns are to enable pur- cnaso 01 Diiiiitional equipment. HOME FOR AGED HORSES! UMPH. VH.rS COMING NEXT? WASHINGTON. I). G. Jitly ti Ah "old horses' home" and u "vaca tion farm" for horse are Imth to lie found on hospitable acres of L. C. Prober!, a Washington newspaper inon. al "Homeland Farm," Olney, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Prober! for year have been active member of Ihe Washington Humane Society. o Dally Courier,. 75c per month. our store any day cfe SON ! nuwi Building x Clark Hotel Building POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Democratic County Ticket, For Representative: J. L. utlEENWOOD. For Sheriff: P. L. SMYEIU For County Treaturcr: W. J. HEHHY. For County Assessor: J. T. HUNTER. For County Clerk: P. A. 1IUOHE8. For Superintendent of Schools: MI18. JOE WILLA HELL., For Probalo Judge: H. M. G HOVE. For County Commissioncr,"DfsC' t: J, L. LOFTIB. For County Commissioner, Dlsl, 2: JAMES A. 1IHEA, For County Commlsiloncr.-Dlst. 3: D, J. CHADHOHN. B. E. SISCO AND Embalmer One Hlock North and half block East of the M. K. Churcli. 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