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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1914.
NAVAJO INDIAN RUGSJ
IM I'.I'IT I1IMM 1IIK IMHW THMH II TO Vol'. TUB HIWiFST
A -ui.TMI.N r AMI lilt UiWI si -i ut loll R1IUCTLY 1IIU1I
i (IIADK titXMIti,
THE BENNETT INDIAN TRADING COMPANY
lilt Mil Til KU iiMi ttT. I'llUNU .
Aztec Fuel Co.
S&s Gallup Stove Coal
Cleanest Ccal In
the market,
piiova ttt.
u
THOS. BLAKEMORE
Funeral lilre. tor and Kuihaliner
Commercial CMli Kuilding
n.l to Hnnlnttlce.
l.MtY AsMvrWT.
private Ambulance iNiy or XUllit.
Office rtii.no 11.",.
Ttvulilrnca I'hone 137
FLAT IUISE 111
. 0
01 THE COAL
11
Uniform Workday Inside and
Out and Half Holiday on
Saturday Favored by Or
ganization. BASIS FOR JOINT
CONFERENCE TUESDAY
Sub-Committee to Arrive in
Copper Zone Monday to Be
gin Inquiry into Michigan
Strike Situation.
(Hy lmrl Vlr lo Fttfilug Ileritlil.)
Indliiniipiilia, fill. 3 A flat In-iriu-e
of five renin a ln on a mine
I tin Putin, u ti-n per rem Iticrtune on
I'll ciiiiil work, viu iiml day i
I or, ami II half h..llda in Katurdaya
i in the princiii.r reennimeridutlntm
of 111' ecule t-omiiiillee Mul'tnitted
in ill . nvciitluti ill the I'lilied
M ii 'olaere ill America today.
Tin nrt Ik llw l.anla for work
i'l tin- .mint fiiiifci i in e nf mini rn and
ki.iUik of the eenlriil t f if 1 1 1 if-l Inv i
li'l l. which inci In in I'liilmli iiia
I'.l U TllCa.lay, 'JIllH lil'lil lllcluilox
lihnoia. i ill in, Indiana una wi-etern
l'i nimyh aula. Kllnrin ttere made
In uinend Ihn iii'ciinil m-etlnn In pro
vide for i-n rein advance In.-reane
i n tli lin. li wan opposed ly HI.'
(Till on 1ln ground Iiml Ihe iiiniinnl
could not v i. ii nnd H i-om proml.-e
Would n.ivf !.. he made. F'l enidellt
John 1'. W hin i.l I he urmiiimii Ion.
P"ae In favor of live renin advance.
He nnid the demand wan retihnhiihic
iiKil la lb veil It would he granted by
the npcriiloia.
The report of the eninmlttoe fol
io i h :
"Thm nil roul he welched lu-for"
helliK Teeneil ami fuilil fi.r on U
iiiine ii'iM.
"Thiil we 1 mn nil n flat five rente
p r Ion Ini ream nf the lamina" point
"A ten per cent Inctenne nn ail
work. yardae"'- anil day Inbor.
lii)i..rrn workday and iim
for all outil.le nml I n I 1- la-
il
I
"A
Ki ale
.or
"A proper ri nil Inm met.t of the mi
ihme ililierenti.il at the IuikImk point
"Thai we .1. in i ml that nil local In-OfiM.itltl.-n
ami llltemnl difference he
r.i.ir.cl t., the muIo iia dmtrlol nf-
f teil f,,r lo lib nielli
'That we ill 11. ami n V-ompb-te
thei koff f..r llm miners organization
Ihioiuh the i iiinpany 'a officea
"We fh-iiiall'l Unit where lh- prlrw
ibrary
rrri
I H
E3
or reniil iilon of pcniT In ttin'IV
oottuet pr,. 1ion, that union mailo
pi-AihT pliall ho f urtilnhnl.
'That Hi" mind ork only nttr
il.ix on H .li, 1. 1.. i
"That th" ronipitiiv hall pay tlilv
ir r,.r lime from t.iktnK iIimtk of
k'.m h i.iril (hi, th compiiny, re
I ,1' e hnlMlV
' W (Hiiiiiml Unit finr rnnlrm't
lmll he In Ifi.l for I wo yearn "
'Ihi firt elainio wan Hilopli with
out il hiile.
ji in mi i rr noi.n
inn rv Kiiritii r-fl joii
Houghton. Ml. h . l eh 1 -A ml
In tC lo'hiv hy Jii.ltfe l"liinnliill that
the h.illlllllt of a fh puly flu I Ifl
eoinniiHiiion l. proppei live juior
iKan nullichnl xroninl f,,r n ehallenac
for etlliNe retiilereil tho tiiMk of ill"
tiilnin n jut v In the Herhrrvll'e
c.'ii rimre ilifflinlt nml llttl pro
lii. ni m .i m ule nt thi mornlfiK am
nion of tho trial
At the hciilnnlna; "f the popper
ruin tv ,ii!l,.- mori thnn I.Oan rm-
,lnvo of il inpiinlea u ho remnln-
eil at in,) Ii i. ie mi orn in an ili-pii-lien.
Mao' of thi'He men tere In
ilmleil in the ap.elnt e,iir- of lO'l
viinimoneil hint iiinht anil lin thin
fait mi iKl;il.llhril in their exam
ination they were, promptly i nenneil.
Jtoliie Kinnmaan uliai riiieel that lr
n proM.o.ilse lino: annmetiil that '
ItiK to hla lew hn roulil pot nay that
he woiihl not he prolmln cil In reai h
lit(t ii vertlh I he would he anlije, t I"
hallen for iniife. Kh'ien Jiirnra
hail heen l ninth lv nci i pleil up In
I hi iittertlooirn aeaainn.
jupri:!! sthiki: iv.jiiiiv
m:.i MiiMi.tv
WashitiRloii, Teh. 3. I'ltHt hiar
tntta hy the ronaremiioiial I'omniit
t. e Inveat li;at iiih the Mii hiitnii i op-
r Hirike will he hehl In I la mock
Mu h. Mi, n. lay. Ileniletl hy Ki pre-i-.-iil
,i i i e Tnvlor. Ihe cinlnlllci noli
i. Ml leave VV.ihIi i lllil nn for llillll-oik
Thlll'Milay Mullt. It epreuenl at iva
Howell of riah. anil t'BMey of I'Olln
x I v.'i ii iu. w ill rii nil Iti prem iitiitlve
Taylor; l:. ,r, B. nlal l e Kivltxer of
I 'hio. anil IllimlUI of Mlnnntirl. W ill
Join the niih-rotiimiltee later.
Chairman KoMor, with Ihe anh
eominitti'e In ineHtla,ile Ihe Colora
iln coal Ml like, will leae ViilllliK
ton for lnoiver tiiiiiorrntr.
DEEP INTEREST SHOWN
IN ROUND-THE-WORLD
AERONAUTIC CONTEST
fly I .-(! Vlr to Fyenint Hern hi. 1
New York, Fell. 3. Woril recelert
here from prominent Mlator In thin
country anil ahroail from aeroplane
oiiatrui'tora how il.-i'ii interent in tne
ptopoaeil arounil-l he- mill aerial rin e
in connc. lion with the I'anania
r.Hlfic rupoHitiotl.
While liiiKlixh ami French airmen
e,ri" Miilllil ah. oil llle feaHtV.lllty of
Ihe propomil race, Ihtuy WmnlllolMe.
nn authority on avlnllon toil.iy mule
1 hi 1I I - a Htiiiiiiu-iii in which he aalil
i ii Iron woulil tat plentiful in lew of
Ihe lallte prinen offerell
The beat of the 7,ia In-enaeil nvl
iitoia In the w..ihl, Mr W'ooilhoimc
enplaineil. have heen iitixinua o at
tain the illxliln lion of lo i ii k the Mr ft
l.i ron ihe Allanllc anil he hi-Ui-w.l
tloy woiiht now exlcnil their ant
hlliotiato hi - in k Hie liti'l to Hy arouml
the wi rhl
Iteckwlih, 11 in Hi anil Lincoln
pi nchy were inelilloneil an piohuhle
c n I ran I H.
iti:ji I ti it t iiimiiim:
I ASCII Mlll.lt. I'UIIKS
WiiahltiKioli. Feb. 3. Attorney
fleneral .M. lii-ynohla loilay wna re
H'ObIi iI hy a ili tiKatinn of eonareiia
men from f.illfornia to poMpnne lilmn
a ault to cllHule the (-onnei'tion he
trteen the Houihein Pin ilic utiil the
C niral I'acilic rrtllroail. Heprem nli
tlve Knowlaml, apnkenman for Ihe
ileli-KHiion. iikked Mr. McI(enolila to
Klallt a lle.iliHK In WIHll-lll hlUlnelMi
men Interenteit In thia c-aae. The hill
,ro!iail will not he filed until a hear
ing has In-.-ti given.
rilea Cured In lo II lav
OriiuuiHlii refund tin. in y If IAZI
HIVTMIJNT fall lo rnra Itchiim.
Itllnd. Hleedltii; or rri'trioling l'ii-a
Firat ttppliintlon glvea relief. &0C.
10 PER CENT TO 20 PER
CENT REDUCTION
A tplendid line to select
from, in Golden Oak, Fumed
Oak, Mahogany and Early
English. All in the latest
styles.
Call and look our line over
before buying.
STRONG BROS.
G."v-r8l House Furnishers.
L-' 2 Elk. 2ci and Copper
ALLEGED EXPERTS
JUGGLED THE
STATISTICS
Charcred That Advocate of
Bigger Navy Wrongfully
Gave United States Third
Place in Naval Strength.
(II lraef V,'u-e lo Rvntluc Herald
W antiunion, Fc). Kxpeiia '
the navy Hi r.ai tmeiit jangled the
flalihlna In Ihe navy P'ur hook for
lk lo ni.iite Ihe American limy up
nar Inferior to the li.-nnan navy, ami
Wib.ehy aet llm Fined Klatea down
from auoiid to thitd place a a navai
power. It la hutrd liy K. i i.t-ntu
ti.es Wllherapoun f MlklMiil ami
llt-naley of JdiHioiri, liuinlni. i,f the
huUBe naval aftalra -oiiiitutlee.
With hctr.larj 1'alinla hefore Ihe
com in ii 1 1 to (xi-luln Hi" naiul pm
(ruin for t' a hhiiIik year, ihe two
oii rename ii. who aie atronuly op
puaed to a "hi navy," quealluiitd him
ob what thi y dei inn j were ini.iaaion.
and faulty nnitniriaoiia In the year
took. The Bccrctury rxplailied that
he wna not mi eiert In rompariiiK
l.aiiri. ami na.d he had relied on what
i;it in ilia oaijr tiud aUWuod him
a hunt the flila
In their gticMi ionina the tonai.--"-meii
hfoiatii out that three Atneii
'mii I. at i li-Bhi en, the i irivoii. M.'-i-a
. Ii 1 1 . 1 1 n and Imli ina, whi'i m- of
ihe name I'.nn iae and of heatn r aim
iiinillt 111. in ten limed lletniali Itallle.
"Ilipn. air I'll ..III of tiie I'lill'd Hl.ll
I t nltocriher; and (hat the year
hook lllMli-ad of aitltiK tile I'llMed
Mali a thlltv-nlX let 1 1 li-nii i.n iiudt ill'!
iiiiiSiliiia. in l i i '. I Willi ileunaiiyn
l.tlrt -nil, alioiihl have iteilited the
I l.it.il Ml . l a wiih 3 hanlenhlia of
l'e.iK-r I'dal tootiase and ai iinimeiil
than Hermans.
Tiles mIk.i Inoiiht out that Ihe ii.i. y
ota ini Iciaiia hue thin vear for the
firl tlitie taken out of the dr.-ii'l-miii.-lit
i I aii the ImiiIi ahlpn Mouth
t'ar.'limt and MnhlH-in. wlinh ha . w
nti adii iiikIiI arni.ilio-iil. and have pal
int.. i lie il.rimiii tin ailnaiKhi claBn
lour ahipa of It -tin It nun a i iiiameni
The i,ir In, nk compnrlnon nie
ieimany thiiteen ilreadnoiiaiita and
Ihe 1'n.ied fit ili-n aiMi-n. nhll" tho
miiii eanmen imii.d thai III (..ire.t
l.i'!'ii h, u'd unr iliimai.v and the
I iMlcd y!a?en nine dri'i.duatlizhtn each.
I if tailed renulie of I heir liieai!uii
lion of Ihe -iir ho ik a conipirmoin
wire annoilticed hv Iteprenent Hive.
W'lthirnpoon and Hennley in Ihe fol-l-,W
iliK nuilemelil : 4
"It waa ilt- eloped that the l ulled
r'lalea lU'ptared to lliive three lean
tiu : 1 1 nhipn than Germany he -.nie
t hie. American liattlcnhlpa were omit
ted fioni our tin!, nanielv, he t
(mn. M.iBjachunett. and the Indiana.
Tin rian'ii Miaae.'i-d n the necrelnty
of the naiv lot 'he oiii.hkIou ot Ihel"
three battieahipa wan th :' he weie
old nnd ohaolete, hut it appeura that
,n the Herman list la Included ten li.a
ilnblin, to w II : Knler Frederick III.
K. ilner Wilhelin II. Kalner Karl Her
lii-oaae. Kaiser W'llhelm ler ilio.
K.iiaer Hal iaroa.i. W'llit-llcich. ri ili
tlnaton. Wet ten, Meckienhum. ,-ii-hw.i-;.i
n . ach of which line a tounatte of
)n.:ii4 limit nl the rami- time tin"
mltted American tiHltleahlpa. . and
inch hiivlnir a main arm intent ot four
(14-10 auna, While the IMeaon, Maan
achunetta and Indiaun have a main
armament nf four II Huh anna .(id ai
tonnaae of IH.JMi '.una each.
V hiKlt F.ntillnh aiilhoitty wna pre.
i to the seiremry of ihe navy
('CLEARANCE SAL El
1 1
Hen I
rhowillK III
inferioiltv of theao ten
lii-llllan haltlenhipn. with their :i4-l'
im h Ktina, in hatth-Hhipa armed w ith I
I J inch or 1.1 inch mum. j
"It wan further ilcvilopeil that '
cordlnn to thin compiirinon In the na
Vciir hook the toiinaa of the tjerman
haltlenhipa a from 1 .. 7 4 . which
waa the nmalleat. to 12.91. which wan
the larKent of 2U Herman baltleahlpa.
and Ihnt of AmericiiM hattleahipa
llm amalliHt wna 11,34 nnd the Inu
la) 16. innt tone. The necrelary nilmit
led thai, ao f ir u the tonniiKi' of the
buttlenhipa waa (incerned. the Amer
ican navy was itreater lhan that ol
the Herman, an well na an exceae of
ne ea liattlehhipB In fuMT of the
Amei'vnn navy.
In reanrd to the armament of the
Hermiin twenty biiitlenhlpi il wan de
veloped that ten of tin in w ti- niiii
plled each with four una. 4-u inch
In ealibre, and tile oilier tell rii h with
four una 11 Inchon in eall'ore. while
nil of the 27 American hatlh-phi.n nr.
cm h armed wllh four li Inch or 13
Im h (Mirm. allow inn Ihe areal nupe
norlty of the American h." ' lenlupa in
point nf power of II u m
"t'"m.iarin Ihe dreiidnauulitn .
Ihe Heiinan with lhoi. ol the Amerl
' an navy. It np;ieared, m i ordinit to
I lie year k. H':" ""' H.-rman n.i
l.aa 13 and the American han milt
n-nn. Thin reull ia hioiiithl alm'tt
hv Inclii'liim in the lint ol Herman
(lrcHilnttuahtn four uhlpa which .ire
arniid wllh II Inch aiinn. while all ot
tho dieailn.Hialita In Ihe Ann n an
navy are arniid with 12 or 14 Inch
iiuna. The renult waa further uroiiishi
about in the year I k by t.ikinu o-i'
of the dreadliauithl claaa. the Sin hi
aan and the Somh Carolina, ".oh of
which ha a fonmiKe of lS nai; num.
and each of wltli-li la armed wllh i-Ik'H
12 inch aim. If the Miohiaan and
Ihe Soulh t'aiolii.a had lain I'1" i"
the Hat where they helonK. and where I
they were placed In the 1H12 !inv
year book nnd prevtoua In thai tune,
anil the four Herman ahipa whi'h,
have only 11 Inch guna were taken out j
of the d read mi UK h I type and put Into
the haltleahip claaa where they iu-lona.
then th" dreudnuuxbta In both of tliu
nuvlea would be the aaine in number
nine.
"In regard to the tonnnne of the
ilreadnaniihia of the two naviea it waa
developed that the lowral lonu.iKi' In
.my liermaii dicmlnauKht waa :'.'.U4 i
l.'i.n and the liUKent 34.3'iit. while In
the American navy the Iowim t.m
n.me la lU.iit'ti nnd the hialunl . 27.
n loon.
'Vomi'Hrlnie the ilreudnuuk-hta of
Ihe Heiuian ruvy with thone of the
A inert' .in navy in point of kuiih It W-'
developed thai tour of Ihe Herman
Ore. i. in, uiuhln each h ia an armament
nf twelve 12 Inch anna and the other
live nu ll an urmiimeiil of ten 12 Inch
nunn, while In the Ami-i-loui loivy It
appeared that two had an armament
each of eiKht 12-lmh kuiih, four, ten
12 Inch iiunn; two of twelve 12 nn h
II u n a and two of ten 14 inch kuiim.
"huwiiiK Ihe ureal tuperinritv of the
Ainell un dreadnoUKhta In the c.ililin
.lid power of their gum.
i'"iu. ,iiu the two navien with
n-fereioe to ilreadn.iuahla how build
in". It appeared thill Ihe amiillent
ii eadiia uithl now bring Inilll in I he
lienu.in navy In 2. .'.;." lona and tin
amalliat liUlldinK In tbe Amiii'iiii
navy la 27. nun tmm; tal Ihe i.iracr-t
illcailliannlil liuild na" In the lieiinaii
ti.ivy had a tonnage of 2a.unu nnd tin
InrKcat buildltiB In Ihe American lint)
hat a (onnaae of 31.4'iu, or an e. e.
"f 3.4ml toiin ov.-r the larK'-ni Hi rnuin
hips now buildimt. I'ompai:: '.he
dreadnaiiKhta now huililiiiit I art In' i
with ref ren-'e to the ui'tnamciii. it
appeared that th four amalhnt Her
man ilrradnauahta now tnnl.liiia have
eacn tin 12 Inch Rima and thai the
two lultl'-at bulldlii have each i-iehl
li inch auna. while all the dr. .ol-
naiixhta now hiilldiuir In Ihe Ameri-
'an navy have 14 inch m'n. tluee of
Hu m heina; aupplii d with ten eai h
and two of them wllh I welt e ea h.
"Il wan lurtln-r developed in com-Iming-
the American navy wuh the
Japaneae navy that the Amen, .n inivy
haa 3 batlleniiipa and the Jiiui.c-t-no
v y only 1. luclinllnu nil thooe Pi
both mivu-a that aie built and build-int.''
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VALUES
A 1
trie k
in. 9 a x . f m . 9
eaay-io-wcar moon
Our entire stock of Ladies' Ready-io-Wear
Garments has been put on the sale list. Consid
ering the quality, style, fabric, etc., embodied in
this merchandise together with the extreme low-
ness of price makes this a proposition you can't f
afford to overlook.
4
li
SUITS. COATS
DRESSES
worth to $15.
$3.95
SUITS. COATS
DRESSES
worth to $20.
S7.95
SUITS. COATS
DRESSES
worth to $30.
$12.45
SUITS. COATS
DRESSES
worth to $40.
$17-05
SUITS. COATS
DRESSES
worth to $50.
$21.95
SUITS. COATS
DRESSES
worth to $75.
$29.05
Clearance Values in the
Juvenile Section
Boys' Suits, regular price $7.50. Special v$3.49
Boys' Suits, regular price $10.00. Special $6.05
Boys' Suits, regular price $12.50. Special $8.95
Girls' Coats, regular price $3.50. Special $1.05
Girls' Coats, regular price $6.50. Special $3.95
Girls' Coats, regular price $8.50. Special $4.95
Girls' Coats, regular price $10.00. Special $6.95
Girls' Coats, regular price $12.50 and $15.00.
Special $8.95
Clearance Values in the
Men's Section
Sweaters worth to $4.00. Special $2.95
Men's Flannel Shirts worth $2.50. Special $1.95
Men's Flannel Shirts worth $1.50 Special 95
Emery Shirts worth $1.50. Special 95
Emery Shirts worth $2.00 and $2.50 Special $1.55
Fleece Lined Underwear, 50c and 75c values. Spec'l .39
All wool Underwear, $l.uOvalues. Special 9.'i
Men's Hats, $3.50 and $4.00 values. Special $1.95
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f-
Three Exceptional Millinery Specials j
i
LADIES' HATS
$4.95
LADIES' HATS
Worth to $1 AC
$7.50.. ipl.JO
LADIES' HATS
Worth to $9 OC
$10.00 tp-ttO
Worth to
$15.00
Clearance Values in the Drug Section
1 pound Absorbent Cotton, regular price 65c. Special 39c
Porous Plasters, regular price 25c. Special, 2 for. , .25c
Glycerine and Bath Soaps, regular price, 3 for 25c.
Special, 7 for 25c
16-ounce bottle of Bay Rum, regular price 65c. Sp'1..33c
Locust Bud Toilet Water, regular price 75c. Special. 49c
Crushed Rose Toilet Water, regular price $1. Special 69o
Beef, Iron and Wine, regular price $1.00. Special 59o
Sodium Phosphate, regular price 50c. Special 29c
16-ounce Talcum Powder, regular price 25c. Special 10c
16-ounce Italian Talcum Towder, regular price 50c.
Special 193
REMNANT DAY
Thursday, 'February 5
All Silk, Wool or Cotton
REMNANTS at - - -
pnee of less
SEE WINDOW
10
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