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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. 31, MONDAY, JUNE 29. 1914.
a
The coal went in
where's the heat?
S 1 T1 S is a fending
JL question mid
worth investiga
tion. If oil owners
of houses or build
ings could be In
duced to figure
beyond first cost,
stoves and hot-uir
furnaces would be
entirely ubatnJoned.
It h the fuel that
counts the con
stant expense that continues as
long os the house shall stnnd.
lor Hot-Water or Low.
Pressure Stram bestl. j
make on lurrp of coal do
th woik of tv.-u. T'. a chi
lli will burn cheapest toft coal or n. issuing. It will Hii.
tribute heal uniformly to all parts of the building, without
louting ashes, soot, smoke, of coal-gaie Into tliw living
room. Tht savings of coal, labor, doctor's bills, repairs,
n't tnaurance will aon pay for the outfit.
It will outwear the building. If property it told, you h' '
gi baik full valus of the outfit, or lumber lei.tal tocovtr
coat. Atk for book. "-V,
BEEMAN & AYER
PLUMBERS AND HEATERS
w :i m
f V I
rr
4 f
'"Ay--.
DEAL
IBOIUM
plume Ml.
307 V.. Central.
TROQPS CALLED
TO SUPPRESS
PITTSBURG
1
Out Among-Employes;
INSTITUTE FACULTY
A5KE0 TO BETUnn
If
ANOTHER
vran
I bin
Success of Becent Pedagogic
Coarse Spurs Superintendent
to Early Action. Best Insti
tute Ever Held Here.
Bn derided wan the success of the
county teachers' Institute juat closed
that -rup-rinTendeie-.Aaanss M
i"T ha doclded to re-cngagn the
an me faculty for next year. To the
generally recognised value of the re
tention of the same Instructor U ad
dee) In this rase a d monstratlon of
conspicuous fitness nn the part of all
the Institute faculty niembera.
Ther In a rule of the atiite bunrd
of education that Institute Instruc
tor ahull not bo niiploved In the
an me place mure thim I wo yearn in
succession, which applies to llev. lr.
Mendel eMUier, conductor of thla
yeur'a Irratltute, but Fupcrintemlciit
Motitoyu will ak will ask that the
rula be nhrngaled or suspended. It
was adopted, he Bald, toduy, at a time
when conditions -wric different to
thou now In fu -e, and is int now
neceamiry.
I)r. KiMcr was professor of psy
chology am' Pedagogic. The other
membera of he faculty Were Mies'
Jennie Fleming, pl)l.ul culture;
Disorder Breaks
Westinghouse
Pickets Prevent Persons
from Entering Plants.
ARMED GUAJIDS AND
POLICE ARE HELPLESS
Streets Thronged with Excited
Workers and Sympathizers
When News Reaches Them
that Soldiers are on Way.
IM Ls-send Wlir tit r.vemug ffraUI.)
Pittsburgh, June I Hticrill
(leorite W. ittihuiu loua culled on
the atiite for assistance in the Wexl
inghouse atrlke and troop C of the
suite constabulary, under Captain 1..
ii. Allium, wm ordered to entrain at
lirernsliurg fur East Pittsburgh.
i They ahould ruch the phu'e by i
' p. in.
1 flu-riff Itlchnrdg personally visited
Kiihi ritiuhurgh after thu outlneuk
; thia morning when men were pre
vented by pickets front entering the
electric worn, and zoo union witch
mid signal men, who hud returned to
Work a few hours earlier, struck
again. The streets were thronged
with excited strikers when the news
reached them thai the troopers were
on their way.
fiisorder broko out Minima the
TODAY'S
GAMES
MONIY. JIM: 90.
Florence U Badie
And James Cruzc
NATIONAL LEAGUE
I"ione.l el 1 rounds.
I'bilud'lphuillosion, both names
pout poned; wet grounds.
I ""-a pond; W rt Ground.
niiancipma-iiosinn, poth games,
post polled; wet grounds.
Itmoklvii, ; Xrw York. t.
First game: h. if
nruukly 1)20 in 1 ol 1 t
.New Yotk .,..1100 0227 14 S
Haiirrlei: Hucker nnd Mci'urty;
Iieinaree. rrornme, Wlltse mid Mey
ers McLean.
I'UUliurKh. 4; M. Inls. I.
H. II. K
Pittsburgh . ... 1 0 OSO 001 I 111 1
HI. Louis H00 mill till I B 1
Kutteries: Cooper nnd Coleman:
Perm, tlrlner and Pnyder.
tlnHnnsil. 1; i lii, lo.
II. H. K.
('Inrlnantl .. 000 000 700 1 b
hlcgu 010 OK tux lo t
Hotterles: Ylngllng and rinrk;
Vaughn, Lavender, Cheney and Mrea
mihan. AMERICAN LEAGUE
iNMKfMtiMsl llaJn.
St. I.nuls-i'leveliind rtma
poned; rsln.
post-
llneton. T; I'lillaiMjilila. t.
First game: H. f. K.
Host on 003 100 011 T IX Z
Philadelphia ..001 000 000 1 & 1
Hulterles: Leonard and Carrlgan:
Hush, Itrown and Kchung.
Ihn end nt the institute, two took the
full firt-grail examination and cliilit
took the third-urude exaiiiinatlnn. I it i
the latter three were irlrlM of 15 nnd ; lrlk"' WestinghoUHe e luyes In,
1 who took, the examliiailon for j ,-:"H l'loi;rg, today, pickets sur-
"practice." ' rounding nil entrances to the elevtria I
In Hunln Fn no less thim tgtlrly-I '"" n" I'reventing persons Iro n
three took the third-grade exumliiti- nt,r,n- The Prewar of
Hon. Hen,..l county schools Bre"r"pj guards rrom the plant
. well senid that most of the "in- i fttm-l on the excited crowds.
Vankiiw, U; Niilators. .
Score: ft.
New York ....000 (lull noo 0
Washington ...OKI 000 oox 1
flatteries: Wsrhop and Nunum.ik
er, HoehliiiK and lli-nry.
II.
4
7
I IliHl fn. S; Atl.lctl.w. 1.
Serotnl game: t.
. Most on i. .ono 000 002 2
twenty ! I'hllnilelphlit ...MO-ooo 1007
hud no Hatteries: Johnson and
lieputj I '''auk and Ijipp.
K.
r. t
10 0
Cody:
strm tors hy far are holders of higher "r"'" ''"a o MUtrt tne people una
rail certificates. Mr. Montoyifs ; ''"'"I police, reinforced by twent)
constant effort has been to eliminate I special officers, could do notnuvg.
the third-grade teacher entirely.
Eleven teachers took the examina
tion In psychology
hers to complete
ranklti g.
Sheriff (1. YV. Klchurds urrunged to
cul on the state for help and when
nUciign, il; Iftrtnrir. t.
Score: n. II.
Chicago noo 002 loo s il
I'etroit loo ono 0102 5
and pedagogics i report spresd that the tlreensourg
their first-grade
il
E EXPLOSION
IfilOLOiOO
Iroups of the state cnnstabulnry was
on its way to the town the excite
ment increased.
Hatteries:
Hall, Main
Bern. Faber and Srhalki
and Mi'Kee.
FEDERAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh. HufTulo
poned; rain.
ONE DEAD
Officials Investigating Cause
for Accident; Believed to be
Result of Gas Pocket or
"Bad Shot."
Trinidad, Colo., June 29. The
wrecked shaft of the Koya inltie
early today i. lU. d up the body of
Matt Rchmldtx, u shot firer, 4U years
old, the sole victim of the explosion
i that occurred lust night. That Kihmits
Was the onl) victim in thu mine ut
, the time of the explosion was the
statement in' ml no officials. The cauaJ
llrooklyii, II
IMH STHIVL COMMISSION
UMIkM lTt llll. II I.All'tlt
Philadelphia, June it. The mem-!
hers of the fulled States commission
on Industrial relations which Is hold
ing hearings In this city, are giving rKklyn
serious attention to a plan for look- ! Ihiltlinors
inir afii.- the welfai of children ol i Hatteries
school age who are employed in In-
game
post-
lialtlmorr. S.
It. If. E.
.401 420 0001 1 12 1
.01 1 ftutl 000 2 2
Finneran and Land;
Con ley. Vount and Jack-
Superintendent John Milne, of the
tltv schools. mathematics; Mrs. A.of Px,,t,klll, ,.
Minn, or i is vesas, music anu an;
Miss It'Hh HrUht, of this city, dom
I'Stlo wience; Mrs. O'Connor Hoberts,
Priiicitu ; of tl. North Fourth street
i boo i'i.u ' t i best known teach
ers It- ew Mel ignlsh nnd pit
ni.iry i, strf Hon. They huve nil
iign-ii. i ci -me 1a k next year.
"It was the het Institute ever held
In this county," said Huperlntendenl
Monlova today, ''The results were
the best ever achieved. . We can do
l.o better than to hiu the same fil"
uliy again next year.'
Five Rpplicsliona for second grade
Wllhe'm.
duslries. I'his plan provides for thejM""M-
creation of state bureaus or depart- i "" "
ment. of child relations. The com- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
minsion Intends to present it to thou j
interested at all tne nearings it win j MlnncanulK ?;
hold throughout the country' with j Here: '
Mew of recommending a model law') Minneapolis ...001
for the states. Mllwuukee ....020
Tne main ooject m me pian is in Hatteries: Flene and Smith; Mov
bring all work done for children em- , inJ Hugh,.,,
ployed In Industry under one organ-
laton Instead of having It scattered
among various departments of atste
mid city governments.
Milwaukee,
It.
020 2117
100 000.
a.
it.
10
10
EXPLOSION RUINS
CAR NEAR H0LBRO0K
rk'hmldtx was engaged In firing the
shots 'When he wua killed. It is
thought that he perished either ua u
leaull ,f a "bad shot" or that he en
countered a pocket of gas. whlcft
was Ignited, but th0 mine nfficinls de.
dure that no investigation bus yet
been mud to 'ermine the cause.
The body or ra-hmldtz was recov
ered from a heap of wreckage by a
rescue gang In charge of Siiierin
tendent Tlu.iuuS Teeilul v H id In
spetor Hurry King after s nine-hour
search.
Kr"m all sppenruncea death was
due to suffocation.
llolbrook, Arlx., June 29. Al C.
Purdue, of Silver City, lost a seven
Tmssengrr ftudebaker touring car
near here several duyt ago, when
Purdue was making an el fort to drive
through n strip of sand. Pulling In
sand, the engine became hot and
the gasoline lank was leaking, in Bom,,
manner cuKhlng fire. Purdue made
a bap for life, reaching safety Just
as the gaa tank exploded, enveloping
the car In flames and ruining the
machine.
THOUSAND PASSENGER?
TRANSFERRED SAFELY
FROM STRANDED LINER
RATTLE SNAKE BITE
FATAL TO YOUNGSTER
Gallup, N. M., June 19 ritierrlno
Perette. 4 years old, dk"d al his pur
The Hoys I mine employs uhout ent's ranch near here severul days
Canvass Chairs
ON SPECIAL SALE
for $1.00
Your choice as long as they
last. fi . -
Eefrigerators practically &t
cost. Now is the time to buy.
U 1
Strong Bros.
I.TD AND COPPEIt
s:.
llnny men and bad been operating as
a non-union mine. After a shut down
of one week ths bitter pnii of April
due to a fire following a dash with
strikers, the in I tie resumed nn-rutlon"
in May. The mini. Is at Auullar and
Is operated by the Itoval Fb-I company.
ago as a result or a ratticsunKe nne.
The boy waa playing on the ranch
near a clump of oushes, when n
snake bit him near the right ankle.
Two hours later the boy was given
medical aid. but the poison had
1 penefuled the system and death was
inevitable.
Br Lieasesl Wire In rrrentnv fferald 1
Londonderry, June 39. The 1.01
passengers on board the Anchor liner
California, which went ashore during
last night on Tory Island during a
dense foa. were successfully trans
ferred today to the Donaldson liner
Cassandra and a small coasting
steamer without loss of life.
The crews of several Hrltish tor
pedo boat destroyers assisted In
transferring the passengers.
The California Ilea In a precarious
position on the rocky roast, but it Is
expected she will he floated as soon
as fine weather sets In.
i
CONTRACTOR ASKS
POLICE PROTECTION
Chicago, June 2:i John J. Mi
I.atJshlin. the contractor who opened i P'eso,
AMI'HICAX i:(. INKl.lt
Kll l l l IN MI X 1(11
Washington. June 23. The death
f Thomas Farrell, nn American, at
the hands of Vs'iul Indians at fie-
few miles from I41 Colorado.
ROOSEVELT FEELING
"BULLY," HE DECLARES
lis I -cased r, 0 Frentng IT era Id
Oyster Hav, N. Y., June 29. "I
feel bullv, lust bully." said Colonel
Koosevelt as he mounted his persiun
gelding and started off with his son
'Archie for a long renter.
The former president, as a conces
sion to his doctor, who had pre
scribed a four months' rest, slept an
hour Inter thun usual this morning.
RUNAWAY HORSE BREAKS
NECK IN TIJERAS CANYON
11 lit; hi on alleged blucktnailmg loud
ness agents of labor unions here last
week, applied for police protection
today.
Was repotted toiluv to the stale de
partment by Consul Hosteller at Her.
iihisiIIk. who stated that it Is sup
posed to have occurred on June 20.
lie said that the Information as j
lo t nr. his against himself and his
property rutin from such sources
that ha dured no longer Ignore them,
and asked for protection lor himself
an dills .Topertles.
hi:v M,-iir-i nv
OMAX lll l.ll Yl ll INHNF
Veir York, Jun 19. When tr-
Anchor Una steamship Campania ar
rived hera today three memteia of
th crew were ,nder the surgeon s
car us the result of being slushed
by a woman passenger. Mis. Anna
Mo hoi of Glasgow, fche is thought
to have become temporarily dement
ed and will probably be deported.
Just rrcrhnl, Stl bound. Fvc"-
day Candy, 2 so pound, at Hull's,
PERSONALS
A team of horsea driven by a na
tive been me frightened at a motor
cycle In Tljeras canyon yesterday and
run awuv. They heuded up the hill
side, ami one of the holses became
entsgled In the harness, f'll and
broke lis neck.
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Omy One
!;-- More
j housekeepei s
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TUESDAY 1
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"THC riLLfOt P0LUR titSTZRX
James) rruftcY Tlinnliouser leading
tn.in ami reporter bern of "Tlie Million
Hollar Mystery." has taken to avtalioi'
Incidentally l'loroico I.a Iladlu olsu
lias. Neither has done so of liia own
accord, bui tHY-tiuse Lloyd Loner mm
wrote on up In toe -!r sdvctilurw lntij
Uie new fott.v six Mler.
Mr. Crime and Mis La llmlle giiid
giNKlb)-'' to all their friends when the?
trial trip began. It was successful,
however, Mr. Cruxe linndliut t lie) Mi;
blplnmt aa euslly as lie ds-s Ills iiiibv
mobile. .'..' Im Ha die, knowing not
what four Is. Iai.tflied heartily at tint
due fenrs of tile onlookers. TI10 flight
was made over the water. Inasmuch
as Miss I.n Hmlle Is nn expert swim
liter, she had 110 ciitisc lo worry.
CHARLES S. MELLEN
INDICTED TODAY ON
A CONSPIRACY CHARGE
P.y laartl Wire to l:cnln Herald.
Cambridge Mass., June 29
f'harlea H. Mellen. former president
of the New York, New Haven and
Hartford railroad company; Freder
ick S. Mosely. a banker, and Italph
It. Clllelte of Wf-sllicld, were tndicled
today for alleged conspiracy by the
Middlesex county gland Jury on u
charge of Inducing the Investment
committees of two savings bunks In
Cambridge to lend money to the
Hampden railroad corporation.
MORE NEW MEMBERS
FOR COMMERCIAL CLUB
More new members were added to
Ihn Cuitimeiciul club roster tod i)
The Conmtitteo started out this ai (fir-
mum and In a short time a dosen re
cruits were obtained. With t rt it
duxen, tho total additions to member
ship obtained so lur were 112. Three
other committees in as many days
added an ever 100 moiibcrs I" tlx'
club.
"The campaign Is going finciy, '
said President C. o. Cushmun with
evident pleasure this ariernoon. Mr.
Cushman was out with the committee,
full of energy and enthusiasm that
recked nothing of sttuling heut anil
bursting thermomelets. Mr. Cusli'
man's aim is i new members for
the club, and he means to keep com
mltteee and himsell hustling unl.i
tile result Is accomplished.
albuqIjerque "elks
win from santa fe
The Albuquerque Rika' busebull J
chili ttiumeved to iantit Fe in uut'i-
mobiles yeHterday and trimmed up
the Sunlit Fe F.Iks. 13 to 1.'. The
locsls made mu,t of their runs In thu
final inning.
TO SAVE EYES
Is Ihn Object .r This IVc Prow-rip.
lion Try il If Your Kea
tlf You Trou'dc.
i
I
Thousands of people suffer from;
eye troubles beca'Jse tliry do not i.
know what to do. They know some'
good home remedy for every other t
1
hi XIHY
"fjrr " " worry
ad will in it.
bu a Herald want
Charles Mellnl Is building a house
on his property at Luna boulevard
and Fruit avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilenson Newell and
Mr. and Mrs. Pert Hklnuer spent Sun.
duy In Kuril a Ft, making the trip In
motor run
The W. C. T. V. will meet lomor- nrxt """day.
n.w afternH. at I unlock ut ,h. T. Ml rtUtt, nll IU TTK
W. C. A. home. Delegates to the T T, ,.f, AT
conve-ilion which is t be held Wishlntfo,,? June Is.l'lTienl
i duty jj aria is will oe , Wllai.n
I.UXTIOK IN
i-anama is juirr
Colon, Panama, June 29. The mu
nicipal i .e. Hon held here yesterday
passed off quietly. Only the mem
bers of the Liberal party voted and
the government combination polled
Sno lo I a j for the onposition.
The r lect ion for representatives to 1
the national assembly w ill be held I
mll.. UII...UKI 1..I, .....la .. OlMil I
eye troutiies. I liey nettle. I tneiri
eves, because the trouble Is not suf
ficient lo drive them to m eye spe
cialist, who would, anyway, charge
tw.i.. A k..... .. . .. A.. .. - It
n il, m nriiij lee. as lari irwii j
they go lo an optician or lo the fHc)
and leu-tent store, and oftentimes jf
get gbmses thai they do not need, or if
which, ufter being used two or three
months, do their eves more Injury t
thun good. Here Is a sinipln pre- f
scrlptlon that every one should use:
6 grains optonu (1 tablet).
i ounces Water.
I'ss three or four times a day lo
boilha the ni-s. This prescription
and the simple optonu system keeps
the eyes tieun, sharpens the vision
and quit kly overcomes inflammation
and Irritation; Weak, watery, over
worked, tiled eyea and other similar
trolblcs are greatly benefited nnd
ofleutlmes cured by Its use. Many
reports show that wearers of glunses
have discarded them afler it few
wetW uee. 1 Is good for tho eyes
and contains no Ingredient which
would Injure the most seneltlve 1 y.s
I or an iniani or Hie ugeu. I'.uppe s
jdrug store or any drugs!! ui fill
J this prescription promptly. Try It
and know fur ome wliut real eu
, somfort ia
Huperintendent Alnaslo
chosen.
1 ounty
Montoya a
John Milne will leave this week for
Milwaukee, Wis., lo attend the Na
tional Kducutionul convention which
npena July 4. Mr. Montovu will start
Wednesday and Mr. Milne the day Herald
" I dimes.
will take no action in the
strike situation at Iimie, Mont., pend
ing flu ther developments. Federal
couver burracka to Fort Missoula to
be In readiness III fuse of trouble
for the present.
want. I lines-2 times 3
fllSmSTrt' SA vVTELLiH.
General Contractor
Office & Carpentrr Shop
U 211 West Gold
H Natlva Ilrlck lor rutla.
Bargains in Linens,
Napkins, Towels,
Sheets,
Spreads,
etc.
0N0MY
1 0 y&
EC
CjL1
We are offering a Better
and more Sanitary Glass
Jar than you can find any
where at Right Prices.
A full line of Pints, Quarls
and Half-Gallons.
Mere Quality f.htts Price
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