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page four HiB COLUMftUS QAII.V COUId tH. COLl'MDUg, NEW MKXIC6 aaiii.i 4',' "High Cost Fighters" We are FIGHTING to reduce the high cost of living in Columbus. We have the goods and the prices to FIGHT with. They will bring dowu your costs and keep you pleased. Your dollars will buy a real "dollar's" worth here. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiniifiiii PUCHI B. E. SISCO BctftSMl Itairrtaker AM) Embalmer Out Mock North ami halt block East of the U.K. Church. LADY ASSISTANT A Full Lin Ot NOTIONS Variety Store TtORA OUR. tfp: POLLARD I SPROAT Attorueys-ntt-aw Offices In Old Courier Ulilg. Practice In All Court Columbus, .V. H. CEMENT SIDEWALKS GENERAL CONTRACTING Paul I. Walker Fresh Pasteurised MI tiK AND Cllt: AM llutteniUlk. ..llittter 4nd En:, also Kl tin (powdered milk) can be had daily at COLUMBUS MILK PARLOR THOMAS J. COLE United Slities Commissioner Justice of the I'eure Notary Public Columbus, New Mexico LINCOLN 1IOTKL 2t HoOlll TOM SHAW, Prop. Rule ... $1 ter Day II. K. ALDEN (Oberlln Conservatory) Tenrher of Violin, J'lano, Hand Instrument llox No. 22) liar Kofi Drink Itrgtilar Meals Commercial Cafe W. M. White, Prop. COLUMBUS TELEPHONE CO, . Henry Hurlon, Proprietor LOCAL AND LONG . IH STANCE NZALEr MIGHT HAND MAN EXECUTED , IH.W.l. MF.XICO CITY. July lO.--eneral Jesii M. OuaJanlo. on Inrurgent. who win sentenced to death by n edmmary rourUnarttal at M6nfnrrcy lalunluy night, charged Willi rebel lipu, wa executed yesterday, morn ing by a firing aqliad. Uuujarao, rnw ru rcporwu i have killed EmcJlano Zapntn, bandit BROS. km Offiors' PriMte FTWI aff wPW ariWsl Ilrlgadier General Robt. I Howe, district commander, will give n pro- mnllon party In the district staff officer and regimental comniandcra ot the Paso del Norte .Monday eve. nine The dinner Is hems arranged by Mm. I lowie and the wlvca of I ho married officers wilt be gucsls with their husbands. There will be a dinner followed by a dance. say El Paso Tliiiei. General Howie was promoted from colonel to brigadier general Friday, with sqvrtal other colonels of the line. General Howie was a major enteral during the war. 1ml n few wceKs ago was demoted In his regular army rank of colonel. His promotion to brigadier general Is permanent and it has loen said in Washington that he might to pro moted to major general In the reg ular organization, (leneral Howie's ! promotion it roniiderahle of a dis tinction, as he Is Ihirly-nlulh on III" list or cavalry colonels and only two other cavalry colonels were pro moted In brigadier generals, nnd both of (hem ranked him. Those Iwo were Colonel J. Met. Carter and Colonel G. Iliilcheson. Thlrly-alx nther colonels that rank tin) district commander here were not promoted. General Howie Is known as Hip right hand man of General Joseph 1. Dlekman, Southern Department eoinmander. The Kl I'aso district is I ho largest nnd most imiiorlanl in the Southern Department, acconllng In War nepnrlmenl statements. Ten district officers have been promoted in the last week, most of them to their war time ranks, and Hie promotion parly will be In honor of all of I ho promotions as much it that of (leneral Howie. OFFICER CONVICTED OK ASSAULT ON YOUNG MATI10N APPEALS CASK PHOENIX. Aril. July tt.-Appeal was filed in Hid supreme court of Arltnna today in the rase of Clar- unce Hage, convicted in Hie Yavapai eouiily superior court on a stallllory charge in connection with alleged mistreatment of Mrs. Alverda Hor ence Schrndel. The apiteal coir tallied a long bill of exceptions tinted on assignments of error. M Micudcl, who taid she was 17 years old, alleged In Iter romplalnl thai she was taken from her mini in n botrl at Jerome by Iwo iiolico or fleers, who then turned her over In Sogo and another man. Sage was a sectal officer of a mining com pany. rhe said Hip imlleo threat ened In put her In Jail with Mexican prisoners unless she accompanied sage mid his companion. Hhn alleged Hie tw? look her to riage apart ment, plied her with liquor and mis treated her. All four men were tried blid convicted. chief, more than a year ago, belled recently en routn to Chlliua liua with 1300 men. H' was pursued nloiely by tie facto government force anil captured Saturday near Monterrey, shortly after the arrest of General Pablo Domain, who con- ducted Ihe attack on Monterrey. Acconllng lo General p. Ella CoXm, minister of war, (ho execu tion of Ouajardn and Ihe drrett of Uonialei aborted an atlemptetl or- ganliatlon of n revolutionary move. meut in Nuevo Ion. iiiiiiiiiiiiMiitiiiiiiiin liMltlilllimWIINIK iii UOHO fflfe use It idieim Printing! 1 GOOD JOBS S Givelt J? OJ i futsttsujsjtttui SMALL TALK V. K. Amy V fe. Today Is the monthly pay day of tho United Rtes artfly at Camp Furlong. wJsJ Soltttf I'm Were Now. Approximately there are tJ66 o. diets In and around Columbus at the present llo. J K Cjft)svy Asa) s Ksttffsii M ' J. K. UHwy has pnrcKd tho C. E. Knlffm rctWenco In this Ky at a price understood to to IM66. All LaiHr hnkrd. The Ladle' Aid for July will ftcct at the residence or Mrs. Ynrbrougli. July 28 Is'lhe date. Ladle of Ml denomination arc Invited. M'rathrr ProafloMtealtoii Wrewsj. "Hie weather man In the Dally Cornier office was nut of sort Oal unlay ami predicted rain for Baliir. day night. It didn't rain and bo was fired instanter. Now the Courier Is looking for (lie man who originated the saying, "Wall for the July rains." Judge ('. C Roger Subscriber. In subscribing for tho Columbus Dally Courier for one year Probato Judgn llogers of Demlng says be "has waniiti to suiisrribe for a real Democratic ncwspaer for somo lime." The Dally Courier herewith thanks the popular Judge but hope Ihe Demlng Headlight doe not sen tits letter, published in another column. Knocked n Home Hun, Yesterday the Columbus baseball team had a "practice game" with Headquarters company of Ihe 24th Infantry. Never mind tho senro the 21th toy won. One piny stood nut like the top of the Tre Her. manas. W. 11 Franklin lilt a ball so baVil that It Is soaring yet. He made a home run. Other plays by tho lo cals were- classy, but there were not rnough ot them to win. LL and Mm. Edward Return. Lieutenant (formerly captain) Ed- ward and wife have returned from a two months' vacation. They visit. rd half a tjoien cities In the South west and then the lieutenant left Mr. Edward In Lawrrneevllle, Kansas, her borne, while he vlsllod SL Louis. They returned Saturday evening and tomorrow the nonten ant will to In Ihe harness again, dv parting for the target range. They were pleated to team tho Homaho .Mining company I starling work in lint Tre Hermans, a, they have a nearuy mining ciaim. Another Ctue of Wood Potion tea, K. J. Fulton -was another vlcllni fast week of the dreaded malady, blood poisoning. More than a week ago ha accidentally scratched tho hack of Id left hand, and liefore night Infect tin set In. Tho follow ing day he went In the base hospital for treatment. The poison by this lime had spread from his knuckles to the elbow. The following day Ihe hand was lanced and he war Imme diately relieved nf tho Intense pain, Sunday morning he wa discharged by the doctor as practically well and was annul the streets as happy as ever. Next County AM"vr Here. lal Hunter of Demlng and a bunch of other Deinlngllcs.wero In Colum bus (his morning. To I heard that the Columbus river was on the ram page after Ihe drltxln of last night ami wanted to see how Ihe bridge were holding nut. Asked as to what his chances for reelection were this fall now that tho Republicans had dug up an onimneut for him, Tal said: "I don't think It will make any difference In tho result, though I would sooner nine Ihe honor of beating any kind of an opionent llian lieing a mere figumhead and elected by acclamation, as it were.' That's Tal. Another HIq Edition. In the near future the Columbus Dally Courier will Issue a special edition for Canni Furlong and the personnel or the 2llh inrantry. Tho Courier will publish an army edition such as has never before been al tempted in Ihe Unjtcd Stair. It wilt to replete wtth tho history of the famous 2llhi It will rnntain a brief perktmal history of every officer and nonroinmltsloner officer, mid will have something In say aUmt tho Individual merit of the enlisted soldiers. Watch for this edition Last Balitrtliy's edition containing t wrltetin of the merchant of t omni bus was circulated in every state in the union. ON TRIAL AH "CON" MAN: SAYS IH78 A WAR HERD I'HOEfilX. Arli. July l7.Ueclllng a long hlttory or hi adventures. In eluding a story of how. he said, he was tortured by Austrian soldier during the recent war In an effort to make him divulge rtumanian army secrets, George Argrlakln lon llfied In superior court today In his own defense on a charge of having obtained money by means of a confi dence game. He denied Ihe com- Plaint of Kick Oenrgielu of having tried lo defraud him through the purchase of a contrivance to mtVt counterfoil currency. He said they merely talked about the purchase of a thou shining tlaud, IUTESTNEWSOF COUNTY SEAT RELATED The younger set cakved a social -Thursday evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. (1 1. Maker. MIm Don otby was hostess to t number of oung people. Game and musks maim liw hours fly awlmy. Doll clous punch nnd rako wa served, after which the guesl said gootl- p I ght, All pronounced the party a jitost deliglitrul nffnlr, tUptaln blwnnl llurllhr of Co lumbus was a visitor to our city .Thursday night. Mr. Man Poc left Tuesday for an extended visit is her brother In J'ecos, Texas. . Mr. Hcrroh and daughter. Mis llulli. were In town from their ranch home Friday, having recently returned irom several weeks' visit In California. They report a splendid lime on me Iteacii hut contend there u "no plftre like home." Mis Yelma. another daughter who accompanied tnrm to California, win remain wrih relative and to Joined idler -by Miss pnrf.iierron or cnititumts. News has toen received from Amarillu, Texas, of the death of Glen IL Hiankcnshlp in a railway accl llent on tho Santa Fe, where he was tinployrtl slnco his uncharge from Ihe Army. He wa formerly with Hie Mnlh Mnuntetl Engineer and wa ilatlnnetl here, and his many friends were shocked lo learn of his death. Mr. Ilanson of the llarhlla army loil was a visitor In IHiuing Friday. The city swimming pool is one of the most popular spot In town tlicte warm evenings. Improvements In the way of grass, shade tree and (lower will add In the enjoyment oi our aniens anil when City Kngi nrer Morgan finishes Ihe proposed improvement wo may lie ure Ihe pool and surrounding grounds will lie "a thing of beauty and a Joy lorevcr. The remain of J. E. Slcuber were hipped tn Delta, Colorado, Thurs day. Death was due tn appendicitis ..Senator ami.. Mr. A. 11. Fall nf .New Mexico honored our city, with u short stopover while en routo lo tho famous Mlmhrcs Hot .Springs. Mis I Ynmc Orlsham of Fort Ilayanl was in our cily Friday. ,- Harry llraldfooh of Gage was business visitor lo Demlng Flrday. Mr. ami Mr. E. M. Pride motored In from Ihclr ranch Thursday. Mr, ,1'ride and daughter, Mis Tuclma, accompanied by relatives, will leave jof Phoenix Saturday. The ball game Thursday between Hoitdalo and Ihe local team ended In a scorn of 14 lo 3 In favor of Hon- dale. In other words, "a walkaway.' It may to mid of our team that they ore gracious hosts and "game loser, a the recent match games have shown their Idea of hoipltallly lo to "victory for the visitors. Tint Hnutlalo Itecreatinu Club ex tended an invitation to Demlngltes to attend a dance, there Friday eve ning, flood music ami refreshments are promised ami quite a number nave planum to attend. Mr. T. 11. Williams, asslslnnl manager and William Wilton, miiimt Intriitlenl of the Tucson branch of the 8, P. and Messrs. C. II. Ilrislol and II. A.'U'eM. atslslonl niauaner unit ntiierintcnileiil, respectively, of lliu lllo Grande division of Ihe Simla re. met in conference here Thurs day night with a view to separating mo olflce or the two companies aftcx September I It I llio hope of Ihe rlliiens of Doming that (he Southern Pacific shops will now la conic a reality. Mrs. Mary Hudson I spending a few weeks ou the coast. Mr. Fred Sherman has returned from Cloudcroft. Ilolh young sons remained lo enjoy the ramp life a iiiuo longer. The teachers' examination will ho held In Luna county court house July 2U and :i. Demlng Isn't Ihe holiest plare In llio rouiury. so say Ihe many rill sen who have gono away for rest and recreation, and without rxrep- Hon Ihry express themc!vo as glad to gel back. Without tloubl New. Mexico ha a wonderful climalo all the year 'round. No Canst for Alarm. traveling M8n-Som tornado (hat wa wo bad around' here taut night. Do any danmgo to your barnf Phlegmatic 1' a r m a r "Dunno, Uain't found Ilia durn thing yet." American Legion Weekly, EXTRA pfsWwwnnmitf All of Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear at Great Reduction! Any Ladies' Dress, Skirt or Waist 20 per cent Discount The Bazaar, Inc. PLAYS TRUANT TO ATTEND A CIRCUS How tho child make tho man is Interestingly ehown in "The Third Generation,'' a llnberUnn-Colo supe rior picture, wlllch I al the Colum bus theater tonight. It was produced by Brentwood and directed and writ ten by Henry Kolkcr, a most Inter esting study of the fortunes of the New York houfo or van Dusen, an old Dutch line which came to the surface as a commercial leader in Civil War times. Alden .Van Dusen, a toy, begs his father lo allow him In remain awny from school and atlend a circus. He has teen It glowing posters, and all his friends ar going. Hut the fa ther, Henry Van Dusen, remembers the family motto, which was select ed by his own father, and which reads, "Integrity in Hutinest, Fidel ity lo Family. He thinks it Alden Vun Dusen, lilt son. Is in grow up with honor and power nf his family ii mind, he had best learn lo deny himself pleasures while u toy. The father refuse the toy (he right to go tn the circus. The son play truant from school nnd goes. rherrby ho shows the weaknc which already hat toen started within him because of his upbring ing surrounded by luxury This comes out when, twenty yean late . ho falls lo listen to the counsu! if h:i business partner, who snys Hut al:alrs of the it.' of Van Ini.en uie in a bad w. nnd "iiiiuiiie a U'Wcrfly life n sucitiv. o WANTS TO HEAD A HEAL DEMOCRATIC PAPER Demlng, N. M. July 10, IP.U Editor of tho Columbus Daily Cou rler, Columbus, N. M.: Gentlemen Enclosed please find my check for tho sum of KU) for which you will please send me Ihe Columbus Courier lor one your. I have toen longing for such a long Hum to have a real Democratic paper, and having had an opportu nity to seo a few copies of your paper through the courtesy of Iriends here, I wish lo say that I am pleased with Hut sentiments I fiild I herein. Wishing you unllmiled success, I nm, very truly yours, C. C IIOOEIIB. "Well, .Mr. Gadby. you have been visiting in our Ditto cily several weeks now; how has it impressed you?'1 "Oh, It is a splendid place tn come lo when i want lo wear nut a loi of old clothes, WE WANT YOUR COLLARS, CUFFS AND FINE SHIRTS ! IT is no longer necessary to send your Collars, Cuffs and Fine Shirts to El Paso as our machinery for doing this class of work has arrived and is being installed this week. Commencing Monday, July 19th we want your col lars and cuffs, in fact all your laundry work. We guarantee perfect work and prompt service. Our phone is No. 25. COLUMBUSSnAM LAUNDRY UK SPECIAL GUSSMED ADVERTISEMENTS HELP WANTED MAN WANTED-Good first class shoe rt'ihilr nwiu: mind speak Eng. Il.tli; top wage to right man. W. A. Wakefield. Columbus. 7-31 WANTED Two good lyptsls for nfler hours' work. Phone, II. II, Towns, Hold Clark. 7-21 FOR SALE FOR SALE-DO shares or slock In Ilia Goldsmith Maid Copper Co. F011 SALE-IIU0 lot for 173. Ad dress P. O. Hox 313, or call at Courier office for details. FOR HI-VT FOR IIENT-Iled Cross rooms Imck of our office, lllalr A Hellherg. TO RENT Three) apartments, fur nished, are for rent hi adobo build ing one block liorlh of Khaki Club. Mrs. O'tJhea building. TO RENT Huslness houso in post offirt block for rent, f30 per month. See I-e Thomas. 72l FURNISHED rooms Willi showyr bath. Inquire, third house south of Hoover Hole). Inquire at the Dally Courier of. flee. MISCELLANEOUS New Lincoln 'Hold, 31 rooms (I I rr day. West llroadwoy. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND- Army officers' hlousexCnil and Identify .same at postoffice; atk for Mr. Pnigel. LOST-lllaek traveling bog Monday iM'tween hero and Wulcrloo bo I wwii hours of 3 and 5 p. in. Hud checks made out to W. D, Shpdjn It, uliitk had MaiiKnii-Dunnegnii A Ryan envelopes. Return In Unlet Clark. LOST 17 Jewel, 12 slie, open fiicnl gold walrh between l(l:(6 mid 11:15, III Ihe garage td Hut Colum bus Motor Company. Reluru lo garage nnd receive reward, R. II. Iluebner.