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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., MONDAY, JULY 0. 1914.
MARCUS P. SAWTELLE
Office & Cnrpntr Shop
211 Went Oold
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RIVERS AND DUNDEE
MATCHED TO FIUHT
IN JUAREZ BULL RING
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POLICE ON TRAIL OF
MICHAEL MURFIIY WHO
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New York. July - Mli h in Miir-
li, pi i'iir olil. Ill niily mi rti Ix r
nf the gruiiii iif five I inl of.iti'ii
who ennieil tith Ii, l.rp fnon the
l il il i iiiluHii.n nti Siiliirilny morning
whl'h wrecked the. tenement il Ifi'.'ii
l.i'llilliin avenue, !m Ihihk miiivht hy
every pull' I'tmiM nml detective In
New York an I ho one n-rion rri"e
likely tn km'W the real ati.ry of wliiil
occurred in the i"Iii tint. Murphy
tloiiiii.e.iri d ufu-r lo'ltiir in Iho hiilx!"
nf hi police hm Inf. .re they wire
nmirr nf llit. i' - : n y nf 1 1 victim
nf III n iii!ii . lli v I 1 1 -! n neiir
lv police (. 1 1 in . a.ih aivrn clothes
to ri ilm, h h own Mlii' li iti lorn
til lilts lllld thi n dropped nut nf niKllt.
John ('. r-'pcnra.
1tll lnlMlni': I lllllll.
i well known H:il
i in 'lie i lly luf
MRS. rADIIT.A GETS
A DIVORCE AND $200
Jin! . K M' on r. Inil.iy. aittinu
fur Jii llii) nuliix. granted a do
it! lit divorce in liiim Krampton
I'.iUilli from Kiiul I'.nllll.i. nti th'
C ri hi ii uf nlui n.li.nmcnt. f .il I u r In
support arid cruelly. I'a.liiln pin hia
wife $:tlu In lieu uf alimony, i oiinnel
fees and tirotmitv i I.iimu'iI hv the
l'litlnt iff. Mrs. I'ailillu K i iiiuiael u
A. A. Hedlllo.
HUNDREDS OF FEET
OF STOLEN HOSE
Clarence Wells Said ti Have
Admit! d to Tolice that He
Mad? a Business of Stealing
Ailmiiun whiih tin- u. r tiiiv
I Ini iihi. Willa, i...,ri-i, rniiiln tidi,
xt r.n ir- lii-n tin. niiihnrltlrH in I hi !
lli f lh.it Hi.' iii-Hr IiikI fluli-n minli-n
ti"w fii'iii n ii iii ! r uf I'l.m-a ii Ik .ii I
Ihi- illy. II,. mm nrii-Htiil Inn Kll
ihiy ita n misj.i-i I IIhimIh iU ur fi-pi
nf lit.ii i li Iwmiti.l hy iho .i..
A aortliin f.t hum w ti I. It iift-'ir
Ki 1 miiiiliui K-invrri-d at Juhn
Si rutin a lii i y at i hl.i nti Sutith Sit
ut:il irii, hh liirtiitrii-il thirl iifii-r-tm
'! hy fiirmi-r INmtmtisii'r 11. W.
M.i.kina n In I'lniic-rty. fin nr
i imi I nf tin- rnln I ifl n k, wlii- h
n. ti. uri '.iir uf n w ik unni i i ry,
it a.i.-.ii'I tinil iiiuil tudiiv. A tn--i--r.i,
h.u.l u In- ViK hi. 1. 1 It fur 7.'i
l-i.nii'iiio arnt iiut tliia nf'f-
ikiiiii to u(ik u i tin.ro hoaa nhuh
Ui-lla la athl to h:ii atuli-n. Il
rn mi liiii-k to hi-mliiiiri-ra wiih u
mirnliar i'f ai-i-llun, n miri-nit Inn aav
ir;il hntiilr.il foil.
Wills iirri-atrd in thi flrnt
i.i a lin niMA pr-u.i in lli aunt n
I nrt of thi rlty ri-imrtr-il to thi iulli i
lli.it a inKro wiih uffirliiK Rnrdi-n
Imap fur anlo. Hp nnawprid th dp
airipllun uf thp tnnn nml I'unnlmi-niihlii-d
him. Tuday In- la aiid tu
lui'n mlmltlpil his KUilt lllnl I . 1 I
wltpro atulrn huaH waa to hp futiml.
( MA l.ltTlsJ Mi:T.)
Would Wreck the
tl'min thp I .a a Crnrr ("Itinn
uf Jut- 3. Hil l
I'rtjan, N. M.i 3U-'4.
I h;ii- Jnn ri-nd KlfiKfia Irt-ti-r
In '''.I Anilr- in ymir
l I i lln did nut in I ii r
mi. imh Aiiilnwj will i-priainly
ir. k i tu' ' illy iii.ilii. if tiiuiii
iinti il. iiiid I . r i, up n nt to Hi-Ii
il spiimuli A mi-;'iia:iii In I'unuri'n.
Th Pink limn ul mi r pnrt In
tin. n a 1 1 i i-li-iiii nt, unit h - -th
v nhu'ild In- ri-ruKiilapd hy a
fir-'-t i lima iiiH.ituti, am h na inn
iTi'Min.iit. I h.ivp nlw.ia hp.
lie. i-. nml an yutid, i hut ulie
jt iiijit:itivp In ronKri-N, ahuiild
III- II S.,.i Ii Ami ru-iiii. Mini 1
hplli ve ih.-it rtlfevo lliu-.i U thp
mini ami ii iiiu lil s thp nnly una
til. it i nn l urry our party to l
Tutu I'uuiiey of Sih'itm riiiin
ty nnd tiiyn If are Cur Klfi-Ro
mid Ihrrp nrp uthera
HupiiiK lh.it Mlmo will i-ut
thn iniiat.ird, I ri'iniiin,
Ymira very truly,
tSird) M. Ii. I.i HI AN.
Mr. t.uuun in n iirniniii nt
Mm km in uf tin- I'raiiii miiiin-
JUDGE EURO OENS
REGULAR TERM OF
T!ip rirtiliir term nf prolmtp rnurt
whr upeneil tudiiy hy Judue Juhtt
Huron lluiir. All the emirt uftliera.
im linll-iK thp Interpreter, warp pna
int. an. I thn ti -in na IniiUKuriited
wllh the llaili furinallllei,
Wlian A. It. Stroup filed Ilia report
na i-xei-uliir of the nullified will ol
I'Wla II. Klnir, nollrp of nbjii-llona
n rai'i'lvol Irom Mra. llutli Ktnr.
Hid widow, who hrukp the liiatrument
In i lia, dlHtrirt emirt. llerina; on tlie
w..l ho held
MODEL WILL OPEN
Announced that Entire Ship
ment for Big Department is
on the Way. A. D. Campbt!'.
to be Manager.
i report and the uhjii tlona
' tn-ttt Tueiday.
GOAL AtlO WOOD
Best Mountain Wood
in any quantity
TROTTER Phone 912
l.Mk Till M HI U
All the alj'le nf III pad p hiikp they
are diffeniiiy hniu. und aixi-d but
thp i.imlny la nnliorn.iy hith. Wo use
only the very lu-M and pun-it flour
ntid utln-r muteriiilH. and our Imkery
la a.rupiil.uiHly ili-mi throuithi.ut.
Kret-h lirend KuIIm, f!i. ulta and Cuke
d'ily, deluioii appi.tiins end nu
Iriliuiia. And vie offer the Wal iiil
lly of lin-ail-n:f 1 (,t ,.WrHi pi li ra.
of HooU. Ptra H.
Klnnl reporl "f Mr. Htia.P liryiint.
nilminlalriitrlx nf the eaintp of H. W.
Ik l!rant. wa miproved and ahe nnd
her In. ml wi re dim h'irr-'l.
Klnul reimrt if Juaph V. Weir,
adniiiiialriilur of the palate nf Martha
Weir, a npproyed and h ami hia
1. 1, ml were dlaehitrKed.
The Hume eotirie Wat followed with
riuard to Marlp lloeh. udmiiilatratrix
nf the eniilp of llrrmin Weir. Mra.
Welr'a nnntiiil repurl Hi nunirdlnn ol
her ini'ior ihildren wua afiroveil.
Il'-ariiiif on prohutp of thp will ol
llnljert A. Sa:nueln m inntlnued un
til next Tueailiiy.
M.nitarlto r.iiplnoan wa appointed
iriiarilian nf thi peraon of Anlnnlo
He vera I dna iiiio Ine Model rnm-
, paiiy ainiuiiii' ed their l:itentimia ol
put oieiiiiiK their ahnp ileimrtnien
Sim p thlH niiiinuiirenient they ha
, heard fmm their tnaniifiK Uirera th il
I the entire line had heen inadi up ami
I Unit ahlprpent had heen made on Iho
' lnr-u part of their order a" It la with
h aaure that the Model rompany un
, tiuum-e! uni-p more that Ihln deimrt
aiPtit will he otiined up. and aain
I v.111 In. ready for Iho puhlie In a
I week or tin di. .Mr. A. i. faint'-l-ell
will naaiinii. the inaniiKemeiit und
Invite nil of lila frleiida to en II on
I him and inapert the oeM and fineat
line of liidiea' ahopa ppr olfered to
the l.idiea of Allni'UeriUP.
EFFORT THIS WEEK
TO BREAK STRIKE IN
Jll I .et il Wlri li i:nnln,t IlrrnlM
I'lltaliiich, I'll., July .-illce
were npi ne.t here today hy unenta of
thn Weaiinahoiiiie coinpanlea. who"
plaiitn nre uf e te. hy the atl ike.
the pnrico of lillitiK the ten Ihoii
Mind or more viiruiu-lpa In th aho,i.
It Wiih reported in Kaat PIltahurKh
that a deterinlneil pffurt would In
made thia week to hrenk the atrlkp.
Troopira of thP plate rouatuhulury
anil wera on duly In the to-..n, acorea
nf pi. ki tu wnti hed pery Ptilrume
the fuiturlea and nil rnnmna werp
opi mil, hut there wua no dianfder.
Until fi. IliinildT- .
nnth U Ilamlily. little dattuhter ol
Mr. nnd Mra. W. V. Ilamhly. died thia
mnminir " 1" l,j"' aven o'l lork at
the family home. 104 North Klrh'H
atreet, of pneumonia, folliitvinn
whooping roiiuh. She wua 1 year ami
1 month old. The father, who 1
With the llahn Poul Company, la In
i inkliinl, fill., on huaineaa and fu
ll ml nrriinupmentu will not he run
1 'cted until ailvi'ea from him arp r
ipivi'd. Mra. dela Miuieii.
Mra. Adeln Muneaon dh-il at het
hnmp nntlh of thp city on July i. ol
; tipiimniita, aited 21 ypnra, she ii
aurvived hy her htiahand anil fnm
c hildren The funeral took plm
hta nftprnoun nt the frnllnt chape',
tlir remnlna being taken tn I'njarim
l.oat nnythlnn? I-Pt Herald want
ad find It for you.
nporitn Archlheiiup, infant arm oi
Mr. nnd Mra. Kphronin Arihihenup.
died eurly Ihla inomlnK nt th fam
ily h..me. S4 Weal Hanln Ko nveue.
The funiTu) will he held tom-irrow
mnrulng at 9 ii'i ln k nt the r'mllot
i hi I'll 1 1 ii r Iji I will hp In H in Jnae
We have just received a
new shipment of guaranteea
Trir-'i rcp.sor.able, Terms
riglit. k'tt ,.:. Z ; y
W' i U le rliaseil to have
you call and look them over be
fore you make your selection.
2ND AND COPPER T
J. A. SKINNER
Green and Wax Beans
By Clearing thzi
' A Function Greatly Assisted
By a Well-Known
Give tis your order
camping g jods.
Canned Meats, Olives and
We have a full line of
Pickles in Glass.
Welches and Armour's
I. A. Skinner
205 S. First St.
aft A W CL U W
ii. . aim i.i.i mi jliliaa
ttt f nil. ( will h IntKtM tn mnr
rliriir uii'l ttamj i,y bnl.n uf ttrtut Im
l.ui -r lain. la Hi n- i t K. K. H.
I'tiriTv t- I'lvxI. 1h nni..ii u i linuiiii
Im I it? iu l mil f flr, IiIiniiI iium i t-.ut
i.nki up Ii-.- r.-icl i ti-tii. liNxxt-i -f In'
fcciiiry. All tUi- i'i-f-l irmii Mil 4,vr ttn-
U-'ly ltiut i-.imn ttiT'ii-Ktl 111? kUtni-T. TU V
ft I h !"! r- nnd Buv''ni, Ami rt.-t-f.rtini;
Iw Kluit IIm y i4lir tu jat (Mil in tlx bri.K',
Utll m lit ij ii.t'lljr liiwl lliii! i i;iU. (In
I,.-., ilh nf lhr Liiliii . il nn I lt M'H'i''y t
1.1... m Im tj itTttiili' t l '4tuiitr i-tHTi-y
.ir..ij lijr X. H. H. 1 fthowii lu V- yum
It In il-n. r.-.rm,t lu ttif Ail
lt!-M t iiilii i' l wiw'ji thr-u
(.it kMinK IK' Intii'-.mtlt'ic hnturp of
H. n, H., fc.nnif ft Il ii.M Um.u.:U ii) II,"
m-nr-n u' t iinunali -n. jk'ii-w a iu.irk.il
d-rfi.ft if til u-'iwlf. (ail(-r l tn
imtitttitt .y iirhif aiinI)!. TmH n-'l-l
nt r U M vim rt-ili'f n th H.m. 'I (,.
ut . .i rv ul) ilist rV rU l I i
in .in. . ir'. -t ii.i-fr I'Miuiiui. .ii u mii'i
liiau-ti .v Dip l.-iilr . -i.,n mi.r.1 .1 j:w
li-r. l'Hiv, k'h mul V . -m, in
! of r im. nut t (ma, r ( .t , t hroiiu- 4
tlTl-Rl, lll'Khl M i.f vui. br.ft. II! u. Q.th
ii. mul iti im ml .f .t'..-r r " If.'h.n
liHlia of H'Sa ..Ui'V ;l"fl, I't.l .it
y .ur I-1 1 a. -.I n)i H. H K , i Ir h! nniM
lli lt'-l ! alll i ci'llliitsr irlii,tt
feiti r"(.lu lit 1111111. hI lifiiiih
H. K H U T.-i.Hr. .1 l.v 11.,. Rwi'l Sr.ftfl.
fV, ':! Hlfi l.i-ltf , Atlnnitt. m i M
)t.u lint muv tit ai Hfitl ir .li-itiiHt lit.ro.
In. ..I,.. i. U iiitU AlrUtvttl itU I-4
I Iiv ftJvk
Story of tha
A i f -rw rikt- ni. iibita
Him" lululnk" kM.
KtumlumihVON J. LAV IN
tCoprriihu luli, by r rank A. Muoaaf J
(IXHitiniii'il from uml).)
Alunic lth thn raat want Hooker
nil (Irarla, and, though her mother
beckon! snd her fathar frownad
aternly, thn lltul dmiKl.ter or the Ara
Kona did not offer to leave him tliey
acaiiipered up the hill. In fact, aha
rodn rloaa Wlila him, (purring hin
ho apurrpd end, finally, lien tha
ahower of atray bullela had pained,
ha led on around the hoime.
"Won't you help me tuke my hone
tnilUe the wallaT'' aha tuked. llud
followed after her. cln lltig the fortreaa
boae blank adobe alia gavn iheller
to the ai reaming women, and aho
amlled upon hi in with the moat en
"1 know you have to go aoon."
he said, "and I (upDoae I've got to be
sl.ut In with thoan cruatureg, but we
muat be aure tu save our horaea. Some
bullets ml lit hit them, you kuow, and
then w could not run away!
"You Tifnembur your promlaet" she
reminded, aa llud gaiad at her In aa
touiahment "Ah, yea, I knew you did
other le you ould not bare picked
ucb a (rood horun for mo. This roan
la my father's beat riding horae. You
muat put yotira Inside the Tall with
lilm, and when the time Is rlabt ve
will get them and ride for the line."
"What?" cried Hooker Incrrdulnua
ly, "with tho country full of rebel T
They're liable tu take the town in ball
"No, Indeed they will not!" respond
ed Gratia with spirit "You do not
understand the spirit ot us Sonorana!
Can't you see how the Bring has tack
enwd? The miners have driven your
rebels back already, and they will do
more they will follow them up and
kill them! Then, when the rebels are
in flight and Del fley and bis rurales
are away, that w ill be a good time for
us to slip off and make our daab for
"Nothing doing!" announced Hooker,
as he dtamouuted at the corral. "You
don't know what you're talking about!
Hut I wffl leave my horse here," ho
oddfMt; "I sure don't want him to get
"But you prom toed!" protested Gra
"IVouilw-d nothing!" retorted Hud
ungraciously. "I prom laud to take care
of you. didn't IT Well, what's the use
of talking, then? You better stay right
here, where you're sale. Come on,
let's go to the house!"
"No!" cried Qrada, her dark f yea
turning misty with Imminent leara.
"Oh, Mr. I looker!" burst out.
"didn't I keep them all waiting while I
lnt on this rtding-aklrt? 1 thought you
bad come to take me away! What do
I ear to be Safe? I wsnt to be free.!
I want to run away and go arrots the
Una to dear Phil!" he faltnrcd. Then
she looked up at him sharply and he
Vote took on an .Timing tnnc.
"Aha!" she said, as If making eome
expected diHcovrry, "so that Is It! I
thought perhaps you were afraid!"
"Wbatr demanded Dud, put sud
denly upon the defensive.
"1 might have known It," soliloquised
Gracia with conviction. "You are
Jealous ot dear 1'hll!"
"Who? Me?" rrlud Hooker, Milling
down at her grimly. "Well, let it go
t that," lie said, as she regarded him
with an arch smile. "I'd certainly h
a fool to lake all those chances fur
nothing. l-t him ateal his on girl
that's what I say!"
"Now that, Mr. Hooker." burst out
Oracla In a paai-ion, "Is very unkind
and rude! Am I a woman of the town,
to be stole u by on man or another?
"That's whst you would be." put In
Hud, with brutal directness, "If these
rebels got hold of you. No, ma'am, 1
wouldn't tuke you out of this town for
a hundred thousand dollars. You don't
knuw what you're talking about, that's
all! Wan till the lighting la over
gee! liid ou bear that? Come, on,
let's get Into tbe house!"
He ducked sudduiily jm a bullet went
spang aK"inst the corrupted Iron roof
above tln iii and, seizing her by the
hund, he half dragged her throuKb a
side door and into thn summer garden.
Hero a nudilou outcry of women's
voices aamilled tmlr ears like a ruati
of wind and they beheld peon motburs
running to and fro with their scream
ing children clasped to their breaats or
draining at their skirts. A few help
leva ineu acre trying to keep them
quiet, but as the bullets began to thud
ugaluat the adobe walls the garden be
came a bedlam.
Uracla aloud and surveyed the scene
for a tuuineiit, ignoring tbe hulking j
liud with disdainful eyes. Then she i
Hatched her hand Indignantly away I
and ran to pick up a tlif'.d. That was '
all, but I looker kuew wbat she thought I
of him. j
He paused through the house, ho
ping to discover where she bud gone,'
but all h heard was her coniuiuudlng '
voice aa i.h eilenced the walling om
it u ."'J,,I,,S iowvj-ryiiiiK'b '
out Tjf place, ne stepp mi u im
After all, for a man of his build, the
open wsa beat. Iel thn white handed
boys stny with the ladles they under
stood their ways.
Tha superintendent's houas stood on
a low bench above the town, looking
out over all thn valley, but protected
by a high hill behind, upon thn summit j
of which was placed a mammoth black
In Its architecture tha raa grando ;
was an enact replica of a hot country :
hacienda, -a flat roofed, one-atoriei4 '
aijaaie of adobe bricks, whitewashed!
to keep off the sun snd preeentliig on 1
throe shies nothing but dense trees
planted near for shade. Along the
front n i long arcade, the corredor,
iu raced hy a series of mnalve arches !
which let In thn light and air. Inside
wr low chambers and long paaaiigea; 1
and, behind, tbe patio and go r dun of I
orange and fig trees.
Unlit for a sumptuous dwelling. It ,
became In a nioiiient a fort nnd, with 1
men on the high hill by thn tank. It i
wan practically Impregnable to direct
As Honker stepped out on to the cov-,
ereil porch with his suddlfrgun In Ma
hand ho became simply one more of a
band of excited Americans, all armed
and ready to defend the Ionian to 'he.
last. Honirt were paring back and forth !
In the corredor, others warn hurrying j
up from the Mexican quarters with a
last belated handful of women, but the
malor iiortioii wera out on thn ntienik
bench, either gating north and south
at the scenes of the distant firing or I
engaging In a curio mad acrumble for
aay spent bullet that struck..
The fighting, euch as there was, was
mostly up the canyon, where a huce
party of Sonoran miners hod rushed lu
pursuit of the rebels. Tbe fi.'lng dou
the canyon in the direction of Old For
tuna had died away lo nothing, and for
the moment It seemed as If thn futile
ensign and retreat waa the beglunlug
and the end of tbe buttle.
A party of rebels hnd penetrated
clear into the town, but it whm appar
ently more by accident than Intention,
and they had been quick to beat a re
trent. As for thn main command of
the Inaurrectos, they were reported at
t'hiiliir. six miles up thn railroad,
where they bad surrounded and taken
a small mining camp and raptured a
train at the summit.
The column to the south the one
which Hooker had enciuutered had !
taken to the high hllla west of the
town, and. along Urn skyline of tho
buttcllke summits they could now be
seen In scattered bunds making their i
way to the north.
The defenders of Fortuna connlsted
of a rag-tag garrison of twenty fed
erala and the hot headed, charging
miners. Hut apparently that waa a
combination hard to beat, for, while
tbe federals entrenched themselves be
hlud the black tank on the hill and
prepared tu protect the town, tho So
norans In shouting masses drove every
thing before them and marched on to
Hut In thta they raado a mlataVe, for !
the rebel scouts, seeing the great body
of defenders pressing on up the nar
row canyon, rode back and Informed
tbe tricky Ilernardo liravo. He would
be a poor general indeed w ho could
not see the opening that was offered
and. while the valiant Hotiorana pur
sued the rebel cavalry up thn pass,
Ilernardo liravo sett the half of his
thousand men to cut off their retreat
Along the broad top of the moun
tain above they cam scampering by
ten and twenties, closing In with a
vastly superior force upon the now
defenseless town. In tbe depths of tbe
canyon below tbe miners were still
chasing the elusive cavalry, their fir
ing bccomliiK faint as they clambered
on toward the summit and tbe rebel '
beadguarters at rhnlar
Tliey hud.'ln !cT,"L'een handled like
children, and the Americana Joined In
contemptuous curses of their mlataken
bravery as they beheld In wbat straits 1
it bad left them. ji
rorbldden by the superintendent to'
participate In the combat, yet having
In their care the women of the camp, j
they were compelled to stand passive-.
ly aalde while rebels by the hundred I
came charging down the rldgna. Or.ly i
In the last resort, and when all diplo-!
marv and federal defense had failed.
would they be alloJ to so much li t
cock a rifle. And yet well, twenty
determined Americana might easily
turn back thia charge.
Taking advantage of his Mexican
cltlxenahlp. Hooker was already ou thn
run for the trenches when tbe super
intendent stopped him with a look.
"Let tha Mm liana fight It out." he
uJd. "They might rwen t It if you
took aides, and that would make It bad
for us. Just wait a while you never
can tell what will happen. I'erhai the
rurales and ftiderals wilt stand them
"What, that little bunch?" demanded
Bud, tnliug scornfully at the hand
ful of defenders who were cowering
behind their rock plies. "Why half of
them peluiies don't know whut a gun
was made for, and tbe rurales"
"Well, the rebels are tho same," sug
gested tho superintendent pacillcally.
"It them fight it out we need every
American we can get, so Just forget
DgyLpr.' nvt. K?'..r."
(4'iniliiiueil Tomorrow Aflif-tiiMiii.)
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