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TEE EVENING nERALD. ALBTJQTJEItQUE, N. II., IRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1014.
i r n
TO FLY ACROSS
Hinted that Some Stars will
be Copped off When World
Tourists Reach New York.
fit I routed Wire to Evening Herald.
Chicago. Feo. 17. -Federal league
magnates pathi-red here today fur
then niMllnj tomorrow, si which
riii Impnititnt business I expected
to come up. President ; 11 more wild,
however, ihitt no complete roster ul
the league's plat-s would lit. given
imii, th mugnute hnvln concluded
to mimiunra (hem Irani by team.
Hume of the team nr mill nego
tiating with players whose name they
wluli In ihe router when It In pub
llHheil. and they lire anxious Id wnlt.
In this connection, President Weegh
mun of the Chi. ami club hinted that
he wn ifri. to naming hir pin vein
until he had met the world tourist
on their arrival at New York. The
Federal leaguers, It la midertonl, lire
confluent that some of their offer to
tho tourists, among them Speaker.
Crawford. Wlngo and linolun, will
not go Unheeded.
Ijirry Hchlally. manager of the Huf
falo Federal, and Will Tlradlay, who
wag to have been manager (f Tor
onto, were siiioN the early arrivals
today. Ilrndley Kit lied to .Ihv for the
league Hnd haa not been assigned to
TORRES SIGNS FOR
JOHNNY MURPHY BOUT
lYrnc-ii .tc-rlal t'.nglncer imyn I'lan
fr Itegular Hdioclnlp IK-foro t-Ypnch
Aerial .Navlttailon McM'Mr,
Paris, Feh. 27. Alexandre I nun hp,
an engineer, haa hi Id before the
French Aerial Navigation auclely.
rrldcd over by Prince Itoland lion
li parle the result of hia studies of the
problem of a trans-Atlnntlc Hcroplmie
fliHhl, I nder the plan of M. liumas
lh trip would lake aixty-lwo hours,
exclusive of atop, of which there
would he two the Axore Islands and
New foil nil mud for fuel mid pro In
The machine advocated by M. I'u
maa would be it huge Iriplmie, having
un averuge speed of ubout ? I utile
ii n hour and lining euifuio of about
It. 140 square feel. 1'he aeroplane
would Weigh lib Ul J, 7'iU pound and
Would carry four IPiO-hureepower en
gine and ,2U pound of file I utid
The crew would consist of a com
mander and three navel olllcers l
liike observations, ihree aviator and
threw mechanics, I he aggregate
weight of the Kit men lie lug about
l.l'.ilM pound. The lin weight of the
aeroplane manned and equipped, ac
cording to the reckoning of M. Iu
mus, would be ubout IS.IMitl pound.
JOHNSON AND MORGAN
TO FIGHT JUNE 27TH
Heavyweight Championship of 1 1 if
mill lo lie IH-n-niihiitl In Paris
oil Halo of (.rami rtg llace.
Ja k Toms lust night signed srii-l
rlea t meet Harry Kielnl", otherwise!
Johnny Murphy, of Denver, here
March i. Thla assure a corking good
bout fur local (ana within a short
Ilolh Ixiya uru well known here und
have hoata of friends. Itlelido I
scheduled on Siindiiy to hen In hi
'training. Torre begins Work today
of I he X. M. A. I'. gymnasium, John
Htvwnrt and Yuuni Ad Wolgust of
ficiating aa hla hnndlera.
The bout will go ten round and
will he at cali'hv. ctghIM Tommy
o'ltotirke of bal.t Fe will meet tho
I'arla, Feb. 27. The dale for the
flKht for the world'a heuvy weight
( hiimpllnntili between Jack Johnson
and Frunk aloran of pitlthuigh was
act I. ml night for June 27.
The velodrome, which him a aenllng
capHelty uf 35,11110, wua chuacn aa the
place for the conteat.
A the date for the content coin
cide with Ihul of the lira nd 1'rix.
the blue rtMion event in France. It
la cipecled that a lame cruwd will
wit Hem tli encounter.
4 ton fMrnMi mi with any hind of
In', liu or xlirub. MiikIi' one" or by
llH- llioiieaiid. I;. . li I-
Thona I. Had Barn, 111 Tf. Copper
for flrat-rlaaa back and carriage.
W y rrlmbl Co.
Wait for the Hudson
fluffy H-Ical4 Writ.
. Iiiils, Mo.. Feb. 2 7. Freddie
Welnh. the livhtweliht champion of
ICnKland, waa defentcd by Jimmy
ImrTy of Lockport, N. Y., In an l ight
round content here lat night
Thla waa the opinion of all flKht
expert at the ritigaide. Jl wu Lmf
fy'a hxht from atari to nniah. hia left
Jnh and right croHnea scoring point
afte point. In Ihe fifth round a hard
riKht to the Jaw acnt the chumplon
to the mat but he got up In an In-atant.
I EAR OF FEDERALS
DRIVES THE BEHAN
Itoiilit aa lo hialilUly of lnyra He
a-fvo Ituln ,lu Miurcd U Make
C'IiIcmko. Feb. 27. Fear of the
Federal leaauea raid un ball play
era and doubt aa to Ihe atability o(
the rcaerte ruii und of Ihe playcr'a
contract itaelf hue combined with
the oiicMiun uf ground lea Be lo dlie
from the field Ihe llikugoun who
wanted lo purrhuaa control of. the
Tha liehan ayndlcnle, 1 fc irt ofTcr
of ;Mi.imhi fur L'harle . Tafia
controlling Intercut waa accompanied
by eondltlona he would not act ept.
withdrew todJx. The other while
Hot foruially out the market, gath
ered from the relimal of the Hehun
bid that Mr. T.ifl waa nol prepared
In guarantee the dmoliitlon of the
Federal or ti 1 1 in me with them, nor
grant the deliel long lcae n the
Cud field, of w lib it ho I aid lo be
the prltxipa! owner.
Cincinnati report mild tud.i thai
Mr. Tafl had received a( (core of In
nuirle concerning the price of hl
(lock and aaking whether It waa for
uli. No new ottleia have been made
NaiionnU Win llrat t.ame.
Tampa, Flu., Feb. 2 7. A home run
In the it in t Inning mid n doubK, in tlx
I'lKhlh by Cy William won Ihe game
yeaterday for Ihe Chicago Natiouala
from the Ct. Iiin American. Thi(
wag the nrt game of a aerlc of ix,
the second to tie played tomorrow In
Kcore K. H F.
Chicago a 7
Kt. I.otii 2 7 1
llutterie: Ziibel. Koentner and Har
grove: It. Mitchell. Hleveua and Fn
enrol h, Agnew.
Cwnlgaii al ll"K Kriig-M.
Hot Sprlnkii. Ark.. Feb. '.'T Man
ager Carrlgan, of the ISoRton Ameri
ca nr. haa arrived with the Hint aec
lion of the team fur spring pi act ice.
Tomorrow the drat practice game of
the Kiimn will he played here by
tennis of players from the New York
American. I lost on National and
BASKETBALL TEAM CALLS COIiFEBEIJCE
Puuilfo tfc'fcata MH.re.
New York. Feb. 2 7. Johnny lun
iloo of New Yurk uutpulnteU I'al
Moore of I'hiladelphiu In almost every
round of their ten-round contest here
tonight. Iiundee weighed K4
pounds, whilw Moore waa eight
Don't buy a car until you see
Don't buy a car until you see
SILVER CITY THERE
WITH CRACK TEAM
Captain Freddie Owen I busy hap
Ing up hia baseball aiuad for the
coming neaaon and already I In vom
iiiuiik atton with a number of cracker
Jack player whu are anxloua to coma
lo Silver City, aaya the Silver City In
dependent. He la also In receipt of
many application for a tryout from
different pnrta of the country, an that
Ihe material from which he will be
able to (elect w"i be abundant. Cit
Uena have responded very generously
to the call for aubscriptlon mad by
the committee, of which Dr. Hyde I
the head, and such an amount haa al
ready been promised aa to practically
Insure a strong team for Hllver City
during: the coming season
Don't buy a car until you see
Wait for the Hudson
'Do It Electrically"
A MUCH BETTER BREAKFAST
IN LESS TIME
To iniure a delightful breakfast every morning, you
really should employ ELECTRICAL COOKING DEVICES.
Breakfast served right at your table. Everything has
c savor and flavor that gives zest and tingle to the appe
tite and calm the mind. No vexatious delays, no half
cooked or scorched fcoJ, jurt a delicious, tempting meal,
served right on the minute. The ELECTRIC WAY is the
Call today and see our stock of Wettinghousc elec
trical appliances. Always plased to demonstrate.
Albuquerque Gas, Electric
Light and Power Company
IITHEKS TO VEGAS
Speedy Quartette Leaves for
Meadow City to Meet Y. M.
C. A. Five this Evening
What Ig sii Id lo be the fastest bas
ketball tiam ever turned out by the
t'nlverslty of New Mexico, left this
morning on No. 10 for I .as Vega,
where tonight It will met the speedy
Y. M. C. A. flvg in the association's
gymnasium. Eight prospective play
er made up the aiiiad. with Coach
"Hiilih" and Hurry Frank a r'ra.
The game haa beep boosted to the
limit In the Meadow f'Mv and a good
crowd la axaured for Ihe event. The
high school nd normal team of !.
Vegas will piny n. preliminary game,
beginning at I o'clock.
The Vegas line-up ta n follows:
Center, John Webb, captain; guard.
Frank Winter, llart l.l gtewurt; for
wards, I'rentlsa White. "Hub" Hart.
The Varsity team will be picked
from the following: Ja.-k I-a I'ralk,
Fred Calking, Kd lioran. r.ay Mc
'"aiitia. Cordon Oa. Joe McCannu,
Hugh Carlisle and Frank Hhufllebar-er.
OF Al STATES
Secretary Lane Issues Invita
tion for Meeting on Irriga
tion in Denver April Sth
(lly I cased Wire to Kvenlng Herald.
Washington. Feb. 17. 8ecrelnry
Lane ha called a conference on Ihe
general subject of ihe Irrigation of
the arid west lo meet In Denver on
April und haa requested the gov
ernor of Arlsona, California, Colo
rado, Idaho, Montana. Nevada, New
Mexico. Oregon. South Dukotu, I'tah,
Washington nnd Wyoming to at-nd
Dr. W. I. Itadcllffe or Helen I a
visitor in Albuitieriue today.
Mr. Seymour t.ewiiison nnd son left
this ufternoon for St. I.oula to visit
(ieorge A. Knseman. president f
ihe Commerciul club, hu returned
from a three weeks' visit to eastern
i lt ics on business.
Hecond No. I today carried two
car lUymond-Whltcomb excur
sionists, bound for the Grand Canyon.
(ne lone Jaw waa Ihe aide business
of police ourt this morning, lie
drew the usual five day or dollars.
The local lodge of Woodmen of the
World will meet toiiiUit at o'clock
for Important business.
J. A. McAduma, a well known Cml
lup resident, pussed through here
i Ins morning on his way homo from
Kl I 'BSD.
Harry A. Kelly. Ihe well known
wholesaler uf La Vegas und Santa
Fe, is In Ihe city looking over af
fairs at the Or oss Kelly plunt.
Assistunt I'nlled lit u tea Attorney
II. O. Cocra. Jr.. has returned from
a business trip to Tucumcarl and
Ilecauae he did not keep the da
of a butchered cow the required thirty
dns, relipu Hem ra. on coiniilaint of
State Cattle Inspector It. W, Lewi.
was yesterday fined t.'i by Justice uf
the I'eace (Ieorge R. Craig.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Moose lodg thla evening at
o'clock at which all nicmbera are
requested to lie present. The con
stitution and by-luwa are to come up
for reading and adoption.
Charles Irwin, recently employed
by one of the large retail dry good
store of Kansas city arrived In Al
buquerque lust night to take a posi
tion aa decorator In Ihe llosenwald
department store. He succeeds F.
II. Ilelnhurt who resigned recently.
A contract was let yosierdiiv for
the erection of a new brick building
for the Hunshine Creamery. Wallace
llesaelden la the contractor. F.. It.
Crlsty drew the plan. Sanitation nnd
convenience are spetiul feature of
Five more student Joined Albu
querque's new night school last night
bringing the total enrollment up to
ll. Superintendent Milne now
hopes that before the end of the
gchool year the night school enroll
ment will reach 1
Ilev. Archie Toothaker. trustor of
the Congregational church, officiated
last night at hi residence, tns South
Kdilh street, at the wedding or Miss,
lol l May Phillips of Iennison. Tex..
and William It. Carter of Almi-i
liierque. The young people will make i
their home at tu Sorth Sixth street. !
The bride arrived lust night from her I
Chorle llfeld of La Vefcn, head I
of the Churbs llfeld company, Is IP
Albuquerque today for a final visit ,
before leaving for a six months' itay
n Europe. Mr llfeld will return
to l.a Vegas tonight, going thence to ii
New York. Hi- il sail early '.r.
March for Tori where lie will Join,
Mrs. llfeld. who ha J been abroad for '
some tlrrto. ,
Charle W. Davia. arcretarv of
Aeoma lodge No. SJJ, llrotherhood .
f Itallwuy Trainmen of Gallup, ha
been In Albuquerque tor Several days
mukilng arrangement for Hie annual
celebration of St I'atrlrk dav bv ;
the trainmen of (i.illup. The lodg.t i
Ibis year will give a grand hall which i
will be attended bv members of Ihe
order from all parts of the Albuqucr- ,
Hen Gooch, a former resident of '
thia city, now of Helen, yesterday told
of losing his Ford car In the sands
of the Kh Fuet o The car was run
down a sleep Incline Into the stream ,
lu an attempt to ford II, but got
stuck. On returning next day with '
loama In get the machine out It mil
found ao firmly wedged that It could
not be looaened. Shortly afterward It
sank Into the quicksand.
J. K. Klelndiensi of Wlnslow. Arls..
a well known sheepman who had a
large display here Ihut fall at the
fair, passed throiikh here til morn
ing on hi way home after a visit to
ec York and W:'hlirton ( de
clared he would ugsln exhibit at the
rir thla fall. lie said that the cast
had no charms for him, and thut he
wag glad In get hack.
Wait for the Hudson
Hudson king of motor can
, Wait for the Hudson '
Amnions lo Cn.cwralo.
Denver. Colo., Feb. 27. Thut Ihe
conlerencc of western governora will
be held in Denver beginning April
Cth and their deliberation conclud
ed In time for the conference called
I y Secretary I .line, as the opinion
expressed today by Governor Am
nions, who Is gecrctnry of the west
ern governors' conference. The gov
ernor stilted that he would lake up
the matter immediately with the ex
ecutive committee. He expressed
gralificai ion over Ihe issuance of I ha
call by Secretary I.anc Hnd predicted
ihnt the general conference would re
sult III a thorough discussion of sub
jects vital to arid land stales and
the formulation or a policy that
would assure closer co-operntion be
tween the federal government and
the stales. He predicted a large at
tendance of governor and reprs
scnlulivc clllxeii Interested in Irri
gation project nnd the development
of the public land state.
Don't buy a car until you see
Hudson king of motor cars
Try HERALD want ads, they
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M il I II AI'ICK OTS
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III ItllllS While" and I Hack
side I li "fiti.i-;
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In the Meat
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IMIItK Sl-Xltl ItlllS AND
109-111 North Second St.
Phones 44 and 524.
a it it
Ty Goods Business
Entire line of Ginghams, Calicoes,
Muslins. Sheeting, Duck, Ratines,
Linens, Poplins, Wash Silks, Rib
bons, Laces, Embroideries and No
tions to be sacrificed.
$8,000 Stock Going
Regardless of Cost
Watch for Sale Date
The Model Dry Goods Co.
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
ytMIfi'lal BiHfWW II
ft I J EMTIO!!
Sounds Vigorous Warnintr
Against Going into Republic
in Course of Attack on the
MANDELL ASSAILS '
I It I .eased wira lo Ittenlng llcrad. I
Washington, Feb. 27. In a speech
attacking the pension policy of the
koveriimcnt, Itcinesentative lues,
liemocrMt of Texas, warned aguinsl
Mexican Inter eution.
"If there is unyihtng that ought to
make a prudent man pause In this
Mexican situation, it is the thought
of the pensions." he said. "When you
unfurl the American II. ig in Mexico
It will stay there until the iloomsduy
book is opened. There will lie no c'u
bttniKiug of Mono, it will have to be
uivbl.-d up into sister stales of this
union for Ii Is i citiiuiious territory."
Itepresentutive Motidell. Kepubll
cun, of Wyoming, in a vigotous ul
I. nk on the Mixi-uu pilnv. In Ihe
bouse, predicted lh.it Ul the eieiit of
the coliHtltutionaliHts overlhroulng
lluert i there would follow u "n ign of
rne and rapine, plunder and mur
der." tbsl Would cover nil Mexi t.
"The recent represMiitatUe id
blooilt-d murder or barbareiiH hin.ih-ii-
tiatloii. nlii.U .r It may prove to
have been, uf the r.im hmau Heiiion,
i I Juurcig." M wiiil. h ile, laieil, has
M ived to throw a sllll!ler light oil 'lie
character of tliF ronetltuuoiKilMi com
mander of Ihe north, but neuher a
surprise nor revelation t. lliwite w liu
b.ive been following dev e!o in. ihh in
iiorthctii Mexico. It simply serve to
tbiow Into li In f the iburn' ter ot the
lorce tif biirburisiu sii'l oiitl.ivcry
wbiih ate the baikwaaii or the Mu
llet o revolution, ultelly devoid '( all
the hiiiiianlisriun and patrlol'c In
stincts that Inspired that unrottmiatu
Mr. Mnndell said he crulUed the
best llilelitions to President Wllrfou
i and Secretary llty. in but "good lutcn-
t.oe.rf c.in not save us from ilisasiers
vvli ill uinaieur theorists, ilrcn ,-rs.
ailing on Impulse when nt on preju
dice, are likely to bring- on u-."
"When we ron'.pare. Mr. .Moiidel!
i on hilled, "the policy in ('tuna, of
aimless vacillation tn M ex ten, iih-iI
dhng In the Went Indies and entangle
ment in Central Allien-, wiih the
administration's plan of scoot and
shuttle In ihe l'hi!iittie. where wt
have real llileerats and great re(.li
si till 1 1 leu. vs have a picture of e
tilli.il affair ca'cul.ited to make fools
laugh and men grieve "
Mr. Mundcll criticised the presi
dents removal of the embargo on
anna and declared the only fixed ele
ments In the adiuliiltt ration' attitude
"are tha continued evidence of per-
aoiial antipathy toward the Individual
al the head of tha only government In
alexico which hag any (landing among
tho nation, or that makes any pre
1 1 line of protecting lit.' and property
or of conducting warfare In a rlvilixcd
"lick of policy," he declared,
"eventually will compel armed Id
le r vein Ion, with Ita horrors and ca
lamities." Mr. Mondell defended President
Taft'a policy and pictured C'arranxa
a pathetic and Impotent figurehead,
temporarily tolerated by outlaw chief,
tain tu clonk and lend respectability
lo their plan and practice of pillage,
outrage and murder.
"While plotting Huerta's downfall,"
he said, "we arc holding in American
territory and providing fir hundreds
of Mexican women and children ba
cause, w dare not take the responsi
bility of turning them over lo the
lust and savagery of the very force
we are arming and encouraging
.Ml ST III 1.11 A i: IT.
When Well Known Albuqueriue lco
ilc Ti ll ll So Plainly.
When public endorsement la made
by a representative cltlxen of Altiu
u torque the proof la positive. You
must believe It. Ilend this testimony.
Kvery sufferer of kidney bachachu,
every man. woman or child with kid
ney trouble will do well to read the
A. W. 11,-imbrook, fOS Bouth Broad
way, Albuiiiertiue. N. M.. any: "t
was greatly troubled with palna In the
small of my back and In my sides.
The kidney eecretioua were utinatur.il
and nt times painful. I had often no
ticed loan's Kidney Pills recommend
ed by local people and t got a supply
At first they helped mo and my kid
nevs were strengthened. I soon f't
better In every way. Since then,
whenever my kidney have bothered
me. I have used I loan's Kldnev Pills
and Ihey have new r fulled to help
For sale by all deal"rg. Price 50
rent. Fost r-Mllhiirn Co., Pufru'o-,
New York, sole agents tor the I'r.lled
p.efiember the nam roan'g
and take no other.
JOE FOLK GOES TO THE
Ity 1-as.d Wire o K.nl" HfraM 1
V. ashiugion, F' b. 27. Joseph W.
Folk of tho state department, today
decided to in-cfpt Ihe new pot of
chief coitnsi I lor the Interstate cum
mer. coniiuissii.n. He cuuie to his
decision after conferences with Pre
odei t W'daun i.mt S. . i- l.vry Kryan.
II.- pr-.l.Hl.lv will take up his new- of
fice next week No announcement
hu been made a to hia successor.
The commission announced that
lir Churl. W Nerdhnm. former
president of D.-ors.- WaNhington un
iversity had been appointed assistant
lonnsct. Moth Mr Folk' and Ir.
S'eeilh.iin a uppoliitmeiiia w ill he ef
feciive March t.
There's comfort good
cheer refreshment -atif
Action in every cup cf