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TIIE EVENING HERALD, AtBUQUEIlQUE, N. H SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1014.
Moxley, Huberts, llllckcndorfer, sen
A Shoe for Young F.len
Ilcre'i a shoe tha present
with notable succesr the Selz
Royal Blue idea of ityle dis
tinctiveness combined with
comfort and durability,
Note the smart English effect
the comfortable looking last
and heels. i . , , . ,vf t
The "Avenue' comes in both
black and tan, and it costs no
more than the inferior kind.
?4 and $5
214 V. Central Ave.
There'd Be but One Shoe
if everyone knew Selz.
WHITE TO INSPECT
State Superintendent of Public
Instruction to Make Visit
Here inXarch and Meet
Hi ali ttuprrlmeiidc ut of Publlt In-Hiut-iion
Alvln K. Whit has notl
,cd County H. huol Kuperlntendcnt
A Muiilnia Hi.. I tie will begin his
fmual Inspection of the country
pi-hoids of iti-rn.i i ll county on
M irrh 14th. "n thul date Mr. Mon-
v h is ariangtng for meeting in
the Omul school of tall I he county
sclx.ol teachers. lr. White will ad
drri thi teurhera and lll hear
lliiir reports on general Condition in
the aoiinty schools. Thcrc-iftcr h")
Hi spend several alaye with Mr.
Muiitoyu visiting ull the schools in
Cubs' Owner Threatens to Tile
Suit Against American
League President to "Stop
NEW 8-CLUB LEAGUE
ALLEGED AND DENIED
Tug-of-wnr H ka-r. Putney, Mnnn
( t ti pi ii III I . Jiiiiii . fti-nhlc-; Hi ) ki ll
huff, Horwood, Coin, Hklnner, Thee
Unre (captain I. n i ' ) : Chaves. Perry,
W limn, Iriinnfehl, C.ilkiiua 4 npluln )
juniors; Miller. K min ni. h, Kmmuns,
Huberts (captain), seniors.
CHESS MATCH ENDS IN
THREE GAMES EACH
The cha-ss match held lam night
In N. I'. Mi'Knlf'a office between the
l'nlvTMHy of New .M ex loo club and
the All Comers resulted In a lie.
each lii taking throe games. A.
K. ltipolil. prof. U B. Mitchell anil
Prof. K. W. Oruer won fur tha unl
wrsity. while v. P. Mel. aif. lr. H.
C. Wi'lla anal C. W. Meuhun were the
oppiwlng winners. The tie la la be
played off in the near future.
Four (ilk K-iulaartM-al.
Atlanta. Oa., Feb. 14. Chnila
nooKii. Columbia, Hatannah and Ulr
minicham were endured aa federal
rearrvaj cities before the second day'a
session here of the federal currency
system organisation committee.
Ilepreacntatlva-e of Florida, llcor
(rln, fouth f'arollnu, Alabama uml
Tennessee agreed that a community
f financial Intercut In thoae states
demaiided that they may be Included
In the same reeerva bank dletrict.
n IjeejMHi Wire to renlnc n era 1.1
Cliliiiuit, Kab. 14. "Fwernoy unl
Perdue will iluy llii the Chlao
Culm or I hay will play nowhere," ale
a lured C'harlci W. lur,hy In hia of
fice tndoy. "I have the complete
formal paper concluding the deal In
my dexk dinned by Mr. Oaffney.
president of the Ronton dun, and
myaeif. Mr. Tener hue no more to
do with the mutter than hue my hoot
I, lack and no man and no orifunixi'
tlon aif men ahull he permitted to In
terfere In thla deal."
Murphy auid that telear.ima had
been laont to Hweeney at nofton. and
perdue t Cinlliitin. Tenn.. orabrlmi
them to report In ChlcnKo tiexf Mon
day evenlnn to mit with the Cuba to
Tampa fair training.
Concerning tila threata made yea
terdiiy to file auif naalnet H. n. John
am, preaildenl of the American left,
aue on account of John's ullemd at
taeka on Murphy, the Cubs prexldent
anlil he ioid not changed hi Inten
tion. f did not file the eult today." he
anld, 'hcrauac my lawyer la In Tex
aa. Hut I ahall file It aa aonn as 1
run conmilt with him. There la nn
thing certain and that la that 1 will
com p l Johnnon to cenae hia nttncUi
on me. He aeema determined to
me nut of aianeball.
"I'on't make me laugh.'' aald Mur
phy, when queatloned aa to the pos
sibility of organised tmaehull putting
a new eight-club league next aoaaon
In major league territory, as an
nounced today by Johnson. "Thai
Idea la supremely ridiculous.'
Pri'sldent Johnson of the Ameri
can league announced that a new
eight club league In mnjur league
territory la contemplated by organ
ised liaueJUuU. Johnnon returned to
day from the major league confer-
cnee In New York uml said that the
project waa aa t am foot by Prealdonl
linker aif the Philudelph)u Natlonula
and that it In ut prcga-nt tinder aerl-
ua coiiMlderutiam by the major lea
gue club owners.
HiigKented formation of a new blj
league from a combination of Fed
eral league clubs and a few major
U'Ugue. I'luba was ridiculed by John-
aam. who ald that the matter bad
been mentioned hut never discumacd
"1 won't say anything for publi
cation about ('. W. Murphy." declar
ed Johnson. "I have not aaial any
thing about ri I tn fair publicatbitl and
I will not now reply to any remarks
he may have made. What I had to
say about Murphy I said to the club
ownera of the Nations! league. I
may add that they agreed with me.
Murphy was not there to hear II, I
am sorry to aay."
Johnnon aald It w-onld not )t pos
sible tai put the proposed new legue
In aipcratlun this seuson but that
plans were being formed so that It
was entirely within the range of pos
sibility I hut next season w ould see It
Joseph Tinker end Charlee Wergh
mun and TV; II. Walker, ownera of
the Federal club returned to Chli-a-gn
on the same train with Johnson.
Tinker said the invaslam of Ilroaiklyn
wsa iriigreslng without a halt.
"C. W. Murphy Is the heat birthday
gift whbh the Federal league ha
received." Said Mr Wetghman.
lSI II U.I. MUN I IMSIf
WOIIK AT FW VOflK
Kew York. Feh. It Wllh the
Federal league circuit pructlcally
settled so that organised basebnll
knows what It hag to contend with.
and Johnny Rvcr slgneal wllh the
Huston X.iilonals for four years at
IO.iiuO a ear and a big bonus, the
ranks of the hnsal.nl! men who hava
been hare for nearly a wea,k begin
In thin nut today. Unn Johnson,
president of the Amrl,iin leaisue:
Joe Tlnkar. Pharle Weeghmsn and
W. II Walker of the Federals, have
ilreii.lv left and others planned lo
go during the day.
I'realdent Jumes A. flllmore aif the
Federal league wns In consultation
nitnln loday with the haakcra t.f the
new- club In llrnoklcn. riobert W !
Wiiltt-r anal John M. Ward. The laf
ler Is the one lime fumoiis short- TOITI Naj'lon's
iop I, mi is no reiaiive or the aimer
Wards. He will be the secretary
and business tiianaiier of the new
Itrooklyn Federal i lub anal llohert
It Ward will ba the elub'a prenlda nt.
The make-up of the Federal leagtia
as Hiimiiinced here i llrooklyn.
Pltlsbiirgh. Murrain ur.il Hull lm, TO m
the east, mid Chieiigo. fi. Ixuils. In
(Hiiniipolln and Khiiiih City In th
cSt. The i-hsdole meeting of the
Federal lentne will be held In Balti
more the second week In March.
ChiiHes "W. MurpnV 1,f the Chlc'a-.
go Nationals has thus far received
no recompense from the deal sr-
raniied In the National leuguc bv
which Kvers gm-s lo llonton. Per
due anil Piveeney, who wera to be
sent to fhlcHgo for I'veiia. remain
with the I lost on club, the league de
cided. Governor Tener said the camtro-
versv between Murphy and the lea
gue would lie "Ironed out" aa soon
ss possible. At present he could not
say whether Murphy would get any
thing out of the deal.
Over a Bad One Against th
Indians in Last Night's Bas
ket Ball Games.
HIGH SCHOOL TflftCK
MEET Oil AT TIIE
small crowd Ihe Albu-
.quciuue lIUHiniHs Collage team ale
) leateu the High H hool team at the
I Armory l ist nishl by a acore of 10 lo
If. Tom Nm Ion's all Kluia, a Ivnin si-
i reeled from Hie lient of tin rnKertilty
j players, and sonic mhi rs In the same
class, easily put It orr the Indian
sa hoi, I by the coin iiiclnu score of IS
; to 1, Ihe lnd'ana having no show
! Ironi the start.
j The promoters of last night's games
I were disappointed at the attendance,
; or lack of It and ure convinced that
to make basket bull financially suc
cessful In A!buiiiernua It must be ac
ca mpanlrd by a protir.im of rnfs and
Hots. These having found something
of dlsfuvor In ech ml dlsi ipline clr
t'las. It looks as ir the game would
have little further play here thla sea
son, although h (IniKhlng gume may
be played between the .V.iyh.n lenni
snd Ihe Runlness college, the latter
bung willing to meet sll comers.
The rninrxlty team will Join-net- to
Las Vegas next week to meet the Nor
mal school team there am the night of
Big Bunch of Entries Will
Compete in Series of Indoor
Events for Supremacy
Among the Classes.
The High school tr.vk meet In tha
Armory tonight promises to draw
barge attendance from Ihe school boys
and girls and many others who ure
IntercHtid In athletic material to b
found In the high school classes.
There are twelve rwnli on the pro
gram, whUh wllh their entries are as
Hack Ttace Putney, Ferguson,
freshmen Heokwilh. Ilerndon,
Tniummel, sophs; poldl. Chuves. Jun
iors; Itllckcndorfer. Johnson, llolierta,
S'-yard dash Foraker. Harare!,
freshmen: Myers. Ilnrwooal. Kplnir,a.
Mi,hs; Perry, Cli.iex. Wilson, luniors;
Camp, Kemiienlrh. seniors.
Poliiio ra-e Putney, Mosvr. fresh
les; Fspinosa. Ilerndon, Kremls,
ophs'. Itosetibai h. tlrunsfeld. Juniors;
lliinum. Kenipenich, seniors.
Ilulf-mile relay Putney. Annijo,
Jiiiucs, fhavi-x frevlilea: KHilioa.t,
Myers, Kremoa. llcck Willi. saipbii;
Holdt, Perty, WiIhoii. t'havex, Juniors;
P.oberts. KemiM iil.-h. Wolking, Me
Hope cllnili Foraker. frefhie; liar,
wood. Heck wllh sophs: Jerry, Junior;
Mile run Mower, freshie: Philbrlck,
soph; Holdt, Wlliaon. Juniors; Wail
rttandlng broatj Jump t'llfford,
Ptimson, so;hi'. Culklns, ftoaenbiuh.
Juniors; Curnp. While, Mozley, sen
lora. Klundlng lilsh Jump Clifford.
Ktinison, soph:.. Rosenbaa !i. julilor:
i;h pliant rac e James. Mann, fresh,
les; Fspinosa, Knmls, sophs: Wil'on,
Chaves, Junloria: Camp, Itllckeiidorfer,
Flephanl race .fames. Mann. rreh
les; F.spmos.i. Kr. mls, snphs; Wilson,
Chaves, Juniors: t'amPi niicltendorfer,
Ttuiinlng hroid Jump Cliltord.
Ilurwood, gophs: ltosen''a'h. Calkins,
Ilrckwltli. Junlorai. f'dinp. senior
Three-legged i ,fe 'James, Moser.
Putney, Armilo. fresllles; Herkenhoff,
Skinner, Ki'ln".i Kremls, sophs;
HoliU, llaraniiiml. Jiiniorn: Whit
FOR THE SKILFUL
Big Masque Carnival on Skate,
to Be Held at Rink Thurs
day Evening February 19.
Spb-nalul prlxa-a, a long list of I hem,
are ofTcred to the beal skaters ut the
big Minaujiie Cuimval to be ba ld tit the
Skating Kirk. Thursday exeniiig, Feb-
The advisability of placing
your Jewelry and Important
Papers in a safe deposit box in
the vaults of this bank is clear
ly apparent because you are
always conscious that your
valuables cannot be lost or
We rent safe deposit boxes
n which may be placed invest
ment securities, contracts, in
surance policies, heirlooms,
etc., for $2.50 per year.
FIRST SAVISOS Bi&HK IHO TfiUST CO.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Open Saturday Evenings and
Railroad Pay Days
Until 8 PM.
runry 1. This bids fair to be a,na-
of the notable social rca-ntu of the sea-
on. Ihe skating Kill be follow i-d b
.lining uml (li,. In, osier orvhcNtra
will alispcme iniiiaic lor both amuse
ments. The hat i f prua-s us fol
First pi-late, most orminal coetume.
one pair aif dancing slipper Donated
l,y t'oloniho liam-inar Mi-ademv.
Second pilse, most oriKinal i-ostume,
pair ot Hand in slippa is. IH'iiata il
b c May-
Third prise, Most original costume,
three-pound lux of chocohtto candy.
lioiuita-d ),y Kcbutt aW luvul.
First prisi'. moKt comical costume.
one bottle toilet water. I'oll.llci! by
ttwell ltug Co.
Flrat prue. domestic caisiume, mi
tiox slalloui ry. Lntiuted by Williams
He, olid prise, abiiii-stlc costume. 12
post card photon. laonated by Post
11 rd XI ud io. H. Meiond street.
Sa'lal Prlta-aa fair liallcs.
The ha-el lady two-stepper, in cos
tume, one siler lined vuae. I , lulled
by t. A. Maison Co.
Si'ionJ beat ludy twn-atepper, In
Ciislume, one fancy box of candy. Do
nated by cluilt at. Linker.
The tenth lady In costume that buy
ticket will receive a mainth'a sub
scription to Tha Fvcnlng Herald.
First prixe, most original cinauiine,
one cigar Jar. Itonatcd by finger Ci
Second priae, most airigimtl cos
llime. scarf pill. Donated by Dodd att
1 "ill Ik, f.
First prixe, moat comical a-oetumc,
nix pair hone. 1 Minuted by Hcnjumin
fecund pi ie. most comli al costume,
me tie. Donated by K. U Washburn
First prize, best colored makeup,
one I, ox tic. Domita-tl by flimm
Hptial PrlSCI" fair Hnllania-n.
I test impersonator of wi'inan, 1
bottle champasne Donated by Fred
fhiimbeck. Club bur.
. Men's free for all race. In costume,
amateurs only, suit (leaned and
pre-aod. Ikiniiteit by Itoyul Cleaners
ltova' free for all rure. In costume,
ball mid bat. Donated by ftrong'a
"My child wag burned terribly
about the faee. neck and cheat. I ap
plied Dr. Thomas' Eclectic nil. Tha
puln ceaaed. and the child aank Inta
a restful aleep." Mrs. Nancy M.
Hanson. Hamburg, N. T.
Scene from "The Traffic' Problem Tlay Which Will Open a Three- Play Engagement at
the Orpheum .next Tuesday.
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values to 01 yd. on cale for
SO Pieces Drcco Goods value
to 2.00 yd. on sale for
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